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.
Latest blog posts
  • September 3rd 2015 - Today at Titchwell

    I can't believe I was birding the Grand Canyon two days ago but its back to the day job today! Despite it being cold and cloudy, its good to be back on the reserve. Spoonbill - at least 20 birds around the reserve today including a colour ringed...
  • Sightings Saturday August 29 and Sunday August 30

    Despite the wet and dreary Bank Holiday weather the reserve marshes have been swathed in good numbers of waders; bar tailed and black tailed godwits numbering over 500 and 100 respectively and over 200 golden plover and 95 avocet were spotted here on...
  • Sightings Tuesday 25 and Wednesday 26 August

    In true form, the build up to August's bank holiday weekend has meant the weather on the north Norfolk coast has been fairly dull peppered with sporadic bursts of sunshine over the last two days. However, it's still a great time to visit and see...
  • Saturday 22 August and Sunday 23 August - sightings

    Just over fifty people spent the night on Titchwell reserve this weekend for our special 'snore and explore' sleep out event. We had brilliant weather here on Saturday which gave all our visitors the perfect opportunity to walk around the reserve...
  • Birds, butterflies and beans

    When my sisters, Annie and Ruby and I visited RSPB Titchwell Marsh with my grandma we had a lovely time. First we had a tasty lunch of Cornish pasties and beans followed by scrumptious apply crumble and ice cream in the café. Carrie gave...
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