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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  • October 29th 2014 - Today's highlights

    After several days without any sight or sound, a yellow browed warbler was heard calling on the Meadow Trail again today. Black throated diver - 1 offshore this morning Great skua - 1 chasing gulls offshore this morning Snow bunting - 1 on beach...
  • October 28th 2014 - Today's highlights

    Offshore winds here usually means that the sea is pretty calm and an ideal opportunity to look for scoter flocks, divers and grebes. The scoter flock mainly seems to be far offshore at the moment and only giving distant views in flight but the divers...
  • Not long now!

    Winter is my favourite time on a wetland reserve. Wild weather, crisp cold, flocks of finches and whopping numbers of wildfowl on the water. Venturing onto the reserve at first light, the air is full of the party blower whistle of wigeon and the spluttery...
  • October 23rd 2014 - Today's highlights

    Sorry for the last of updates recently but we have been without internet access for the last 7 days! Whooper swan - 1 flew in off the sea early morning and headed inland Richards pipit - 1 west along beach at 8am and dropped into the dunes but no...
  • Mind the Hornets

    September has been another good month largely because of our moth traps. Somehow I got persuaded into doing this weekly event, but I must say it has been most enjoyable, despite on average catching four hornets each week. They seem to be more docile than...
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