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Big skies, a fabulous sandy beach and bird-filled lagoons are just a few of the gems tucked away inside Titchwell's treasure trove of natural delights.
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Ray's Rambles: What a turn-up!
As Ray nears his target of 800 species, he proves that no stone should be left unturned when on the hunt for wildlife at Titchwell Marsh. To get the best out of the reserve, there are plenty of events and lots of different areas to explore which can open your eyes to all sorts of wildlife. This...
20 Jun 2011
Ray's Rambles: Classy customers
More intriguing findings from Ray's Rambles... The Ray's Rambles list has leapt forward from 717 to 749 species! The additions contain some real class. I was very pleased to find a turtle dove, and I could easily have completed my year without seeing a brown argus butterfly . There have been...
6 Jun 2011
New year...new list?
Well that was 2010 and here is 2011. Traditionally today is a big day for listing, that very competitive activity of logging all the birds you see in a day. Obviously with it, being the first day of 2011 it is also an opportunity to start a new year list. I was out at first light, but not with any great...
1 Jan 2011
Ray's Rambles: Bats, bitterns and car park dwellers
Our reserve has come up with another 13 species to raise my list total to 899. Four new moths - cream wave , white-line dart , square-spot rustic and frosted orange - came via the moth trap. I have always maintained that not enough attention is paid to the wildlife in the car park, and the last few...
21 Sep 2011
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