|Map of Sculthorpe Moor.|
The following was seen since 8.30am:
White-tailed Eagle x 1 - A distant sighting (at 12.15pm) as it was flying above the wooded area on the eastern side of the reserve. It then drifted towards Fakenham and did not appear again.
Nuthatch x 1
Buzzard x 6 - All seen as they mobbed the White-tailed Eagle. They then returned to the reserve after it had been driven-away.
Kestrel x 1 - Hovering close to Victor's Hide, late morning.
Sedge Warbler x 3 - All seen along the River Wensum and a lot more were heard throughout the morning.
Little Egret x 1
Reed Bunting x 3
Marsh Harrier x 1 - A female seen flying along the River Wensum in a westerly direction.
Sparrowhawk x 1 - It was seen from a distance on the eastern side of the reserve, flying in a northerly direction.
Cuckoo x 1 - It was seen opposite Victor's Hide, perched along the telephone lines at the back of the fen.
Kingfisher x 1
Grey Heron x 1
Butterflies and Mammals
Water Vole x 1 - At least one was seen along the dyke. It also appeared quite tolerate of us being there as it sat only a foot away from us.
Orange Tip x 2
Peacock x 1