Wintering thrushes on the weekend....Likely

23rd October 2012
A mega fall of thrushes has hit the Norfolk coast over the last two days, Fieldfares, Redwings and Ring Ouzels along with a huge fall of Robins, Goldcrests, Chaffinches and Bramblings. Also rare birds like Olive Backed Pipit and Red Flanked Bluetail.
This has been caused by an Easterly wind and a thick fog grounding migrating birds.
There is also an Arctic wind predicted to start blowing on Friday, so this could see good numbers of Fieldfares and Redwings coming into Wales also possibly some Ring Ouzels and Bramblings.
Saturday is set to be cold with clear blue skies ideal for seeing these birds, I really hope this happens, it could do with livening up around here.