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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  • 'Birds, butterflies and psychodelic bug boxes'

    I enjoy all my days at Titchwell, but today was an exceptional day because it involved virtually everything I'm really interested in. It kicked off with two of us emptying the moth trap, we found 4 Hebrew character and 3 clouded drab. It had been...
  • Ray's Days - 'Hey,that's my girl'

    When I arrive at the reserve I always walk up to the gate at the eastern end of the car park and then stroll round the overflow car park before going on to the reserve. This morning I found a female chaffinch quietly sunning herself out of the wind...
  • DUCKING AND DIVING - Ray's Rambles

    Having had a zero month in February, I was pleased to add two new species to my Ray's Rambles list in March, even if I feel as though I've cheated to do it. The list total now stands at 1245 species. The first newcomer was the quite common micro...
  • Ray's Days - 26 March 2014

    After such a mild winter, I had been looking forward to my first Spring Ramble walk. So what greeted the six people who had booked in? Yes you guessed it, a cloudy morning with occasional showers and a really cold north-east wind. I was hoping to show...
  • Weekly wildlife roundup - A week of thirds!!

    What a mix of weather is has been this week. The beginning (1st third) was very spring-like producing a small arrival of summer migrants including 2 wheatear at Thornham Point, a very early singing male sedge warbler and 3 red kite on Monday. The middle...
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