These were two of five that fledged the previous day at Drove Orchards, a shop where the visitors were enthralled as the birds sat around the fruit and veg, waiting to be fed.
At Burnham Deepdale I found this beautiful highly leucistic individual. Sat among a bunch of Starlings, it had me stumped for a while until I got a little closer.
The only visible colouring on the bird was where it had retained some of the red throat.
I later briefly saw it hunting with other Swallows, before a Hobby arrived and scattered the hundreds of birds. Although distant, it was quite spectacular in flight against a dark sky.
At Cley, more demanding youngsters!