Birdwatchers have gathered in a police station car park in South Norfolk to catch sight of a migratory winter bird - the waxwing.
Only 10,000 of the birds fly into the UK each year and they are mainly seen at the coast.
Several waxwings have been spotted more than twenty miles inland at Long Stratton south of Norwich.
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The birds are occasional visitors to East Anglia from Scandinavia and Russia.
They don't breed here but come to look for food in the winter.
Birdwatchers have been gathering to photograph the birds on long lenses as they feed on berries in the trees.
The RSPB says the first British arrivals each winter are usually seen on the east coast from Scotland to East Anglia, but birds move inland in search of food, increasing the chances of seeing one inland.