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October is a month of movement. In North Norfolk flocks are in flux

October 19, 2014

The movement of birds in flocks is becoming more marked as we reach late October. The daily commute of Rooks and Jackdaws seem to fill the shorter daylight hours. Arrowing groups of Starlings head somewhere with purpose. Finches raid the bird table in noisy clusters. Golden Plover continue to stop over mid-migration, but their numbers have declined as the starlit nights assist their onward progress southward.

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