Prospects for 2014

So what prospects herald us into 2014? What’s waiting around the corner to be found, to be seen; to be photographed?

Most of our published tours, including Wales and both tours to Scotland are full with just a few places remaining on others; although a few more tours are yet to be organised. The longer weekend and week tours always turn up something worth seeing.

Bookings for day tours are already well underway.

Norfolk will probably have much to give us during the next 12 months … it normally does. However, what about a few firsts? Lesser Scaup is overdue. A Rubythroat in Holkham Pines during October might be a possibility. Now that would be a turn up for the books but one in the south of the country has to be on the cards. Not a first, but Norfolk’s second Fin Whale hot on the heels of the 2013 Humpback(s) is also a reasonable proposition.

A trip for Sharon and I to California should give us a few things to remember. Grey Whale, an assortment of Sea Lions, Roadrunners and Great Grey Owl among several others are all being targeted.

Photography wise I have set myself a target of getting some shots of Nightjar this year. Seeing one in daylight has always eluded me. Photographing one with a modicum of light rather than in the murkiness of dusk would be a challenge worth the commitment of a little time and patience.

Whatever we find and see it is always a pleasure to share with our customers. Happy New Year.

Nightjar 1

4 Responses to “Prospects for 2014”

  1. Jan 1, 2014 at 8:00 pm

    Happy New Year to you and yours from
    Dina & Klausbernd, Cley next the Sea

    Jan 1, 2014 at 8:15 pm

    Dear Carl

    Thanks for all your hard work. I really enjoy reading your Letter from Norfolk. We are in Norfolk in a couple of weeks time so we may bump into you.

    Happy New Year.

    Best wishes Nicole Burgum


    • Jan 1, 2014 at 10:12 pm

      Thank you for that Nicole. Writing letter from Norfolk is always a pleasure and never a chore. I think you may find some of the areas around the coast much changed when you visit – but I do hope you have a good time. There’s certainly plenty to see.
      Happy New Year to you both.

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