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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  • August 19th 2014 - Today's highlights

    Spoonbill - 13 on fresh marsh Black tern - 1 west offshore this morning Mediteranean gull - juvenile on fresh marsh this afternoon Spotted redshank - 6 on fresh marsh including the 1st juvenile of the autumn Dunlin - 20 on fresh marsh Bittern...
  • August 18th 2014 - Today's highlights

    Spotted crake - adult on fresh marsh from Island Hide early morning Spoonbill - 12 on fresh marsh Black tern - 1 west this morning Manx shearwater - 5 west this morning Velvet scoter - 1 offshore Turtle dove - 1 on East Trail
  • Ray's Rambles - July Crackers

    I didn't imagine that I could have another month as good as June, but I did. Many of the new species came through doing the Wednesday moth mornings, so let's do the new moths first. I must say a thank you to various people who have helped me,...
  • August 9th 2014 - Today's highlights

    Spotted crake - 1 still present but generally very elusive. Seen early morning then again mid afternoon only Curlew sandpiper - 2 on fresh marsh. Wood sandpiper - 1 on fresh marsh Spoonbill - 13 on fresh marsh Spotted redshank - 9 on fresh...
  • Autumn migration is underway

    We always talk about waders at this time of year when it comes to autumn migration because, as a general rule, they start to move south earlier than the passerine species. It was a bit of a surprise then when two pied flycatchers turned up in the bushes...
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