16 July 2014 Last updated at 14:13
Hundreds of bird-watchers have flocked to the Norfolk coast in the hope of catching a rare glimpse of a migratory great knot in Britain.
The elusive wading bird, more at home on the Australian coast, has only been seen in the UK on three occasions since 1989, experts said.
Brian Egan, from the Norwich-based Rare Bird Alert, said the "enigmatic bird" was "exciting for many people to see".
It was first spotted on Breydon Water, near Great Yarmouth, on Sunday evening.
"Great knot breed in a tundra habitat in Siberia and migrate as far as the Australian coast," said Mr Egan.