Titchwell Marsh

Titchwell Marsh

Titchwell Marsh
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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  • We're in deep water now

    The ice has gone and the waters are rising. We now have the highest water levels I have ever seen on the fresh marsh. ' So what ' I hear you say and when I tell you that the depth of water is probably only about 60-80cm you might feel justified...
  • All change at Titchwell

    Four days until the breach and I’m feeling excited but a little nervous. It’s not a huge task and I have every faith in our contractors Lancaster Earth Moving to do it well, but it is going to be a big deal. I may have only been the site...
  • Great white delight

    I am sure that most of you reading this will keep some kind of bird list. It maybe your garden, local patch, all the birds you have seen in Britain or everything you have seen in a year. Well, several of us here have combined two of them by keeping a...
  • A Titchwell exclusive!

    Way back in April I was asked to design a new pin badge to celebrate the Titchwell Marsh Coastal Change project. The project, which will be completed next year will save the reserve's freshwater habitats from the effects of Coastal erosion. The...
  • Alien vs Predator?

    This mysterious piece of bone was recently found on the beach at Titchwell by volunteer Ray Kimber . A discussion ensued about what kind of animal (if indeed it was an animal) it once belonged to. Suggestions ranged from a fish to the alien which shot...
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