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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  • September 19th 2014 - Today's Highlights

    Continuing fog on the coast has dropped a few birds into the reserve today. Barred warbler - 1 immature briefly in an area with no access this afternoon and a possible in the coach park late afternoon Tree pipit - 1 in hedge along East Trail ...
  • September 15th 2014 - Today's highlights

    Pied flycatcher - 1 at Thornham Point Spotted flycatcher - 2 at Thornham Point Whinchat - 1 on fresh marsh Curlew sandpiper - 1 juvenile on fresh marsh Little stint - 1 juvenile on fresh marsh Brambling - the 1st bird of the autumn dropped...
  • Storm Surge Recovery

    I am sure that many of you have heard about the considerable damage the storm surge in early December 2013 caused along the North Norfolk coast. Whilst the lethal combination of onshore winds, high spring tides and a storm surge caused by a North Sea...
  • September 10th 2014 - Today's highlights

    Spoonbill - 9 on fresh marsh Greenshank - 12 on fresh marsh Ruff - 48 on fresh marsh Curlew sandpiper - 1 juvenile on fresh marsh Little stint - 2 juveniles on fresh marsh Stonechat - 1st of the autumn in the dunes this morning Wheatear...
  • WINK WINK

    It always seems to happen every year, the days begin to shorten, the mornings become colder but the daytime is warm and calm. Visitors to the reserve are enjoying the last blast of summer when all of a sudden WINK WINK can be heard in the skies above...
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