Saturday 25/01/14, I guess, will not be remembered for the amount of sunshine that delighted the South East Coast of England. Heading out first thing in foggy and dull conditions, although it was a late start for me, to Martlesham Heath in Suffolk for perhaps the most beautiful winter wonder to grace our shores. The wonderful Waxwing, a great bird that this winter, has been extremely hard to come by.
Next place on the agenda was Landguard. Its a great place and I have seen some really good rarities here over the years. It's the point near Felixstowe and the best road name to put in your Sat-Nav is View Point Road. My target species here were Snow Bunting and Mediterranean Gull.