Away from the nets we counted over 200 Pink-footed Geese heading NW-ish above the mist (has the warm weather prompted them to leave Norfolk?) and a flock of about 10 Siskin stubbornly refused to go near the nets. A single Redpoll, a few Meadow Pipits and a regular trickle of Redwing and Fieldfare were overhead and two Woodcock were flushed in Orwin's. Wrens, Dunnocks, Robins and a Coal Tit were all singing and as we've all noted, the mild weather has encourged quite a few insects out.
(all pics PML)