Deciding against going for the Penduline Tit again (a good call, it only showed up until 9.06, way before we could have got there with the Sunday trains), Adam & I walked down to Marston Marshes. Part of the path was flooded, but we had wellies and got right round. There was little to be gained by doing it though, a few redwing and a drumming Great Spotted Woodpecker were the dubious highlight. Continuing along the river, we reached Eaton Common, where finally there seemed more signs of life. In the far corner a large number of birds were calling from the alders. Amongst the Siskins and Long-tailed Tits we picked out a Treecreeper, before getting good views of a lone Mealy Redpoll! We continued on to Cringleford and home via UEA, seeing the second Green Woodpecker of a poor GW year.
Year list 117 species