North Norfolk Digital
23 Jan 2014
A great day out today with Norfolk Birding. Standing by the marshes, listening to the geese flying overhead and admiring the colossal skies, you can forget the fact that your feet feel like blocks of ice. Having Chris Mills on hand to help you realise that you’ve seen exactly five different types of geese, fulmars, red-throated divers, scoters, five or six hen harriers and countless other birds from a multitude of species made it even better.
I took the panorama below with my phone while Sarah and Chris were watching hen harriers near Holkham. The arrows indicate:
- apparent direction of telescope
- direction of view as experienced by user of telescope
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