Another half hour passed and no further sign so I set off to Weeting Heath. In the hide several other birders I recognised from Lakenheath put me onto a distant Stone Curlew.
Early Sunday morning I set off to North Norfolk and on approaching Wells I got a B.G. text to say the Bluethroat was still there. and by 8.00am I was watching it with about 20 others. Showing really well in the sunlight through the scope but sadly too distant for a reasonable pic.
Considering the habitat looking for one bird was a needle in a haystack
With no new news from from Bird Guides I headed for Titchwell seeing a pair of Red Crested Pochard, from the hide a Spoonbill
A drive around North Creake in hope of spotting a Montys was a waste of time and ended up back at Weeting Heath hoping for a better look at the Stone Curlews but all I could see was the head of the one on the nest.
Up early on Monday am before heading for home I went back to Lakenheath hoping for an Oriole but neither sight or sound of them. Heading for the Savis Warbler I heard several Cuckoos, passed the reeling Grasshopper Warbler arriving at the Savi's site with no one there didn't look promising. Ten minutes passed and I heard him call and then he popped up to the top of the reeds.
A good end to a great weekend with perfect weather and my own company.