When the Scottish bird started slowly moving south, being tracked along the east coast I was hoping it would reach Norfolk.
The odds of thus happening and for me to catch up with it were not great, however, when the bird stopped in Suffolk I was slow at getting there (due to family commitments) but today I managed to get there.
On arrival at 7.30am the bird was already flying around and being admired by a small crowd.
Great bird and amazing to think it has traveled over 4000 miles so far already!
Last time I saw one was wandering around a lawn in Florida... Great to see one so close to home
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