After a fruitless visit to Ranmore Common in search for Marsh Tit - the only birds of interest were a Buzzard, Kestrel and a solitary Goldcrest - I paid a visit to Norbury Park, which is just a few miles further north.
My visit paid off, as within minutes of arriving on a walk along the River Mole a flash of flourescent blue shot by, flying low downstream. My first Kingfisher of the year (133) - I only saw it for a few seconds, but it's good to know they are present here.
Later I went to Headley Heath, which appears to be a stronghold for Willow Warbler. I heard at least ten on a brief visit.
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