PUBLISHED: 13:02 20 October 2018 | UPDATED: 13:19 20 October 2018
A man’s living room has become a birdwatcher’s paradise after a rare starling decided to nest in his garden.
Stephen Leake, from New Costessey, has been letting bird lovers enter his home to get a look at a Rose-Coloured Starling, a bird that is rarely spotted in England.
The teacher first spotted the bird in his garden on October 7. He reported it to the RSPB and gave his postcode. Within a day he noticed groups of people outside his house trying to get a glimpse of the bird.
Since then Mr Leake has had more than 150 birdwatchers come in his home.
The Rose-Coloured Starling normally breeds in eastern Europe and Asia such as Kazakhstan and Russia.