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Top things to do in Spring

  1. Watch big, spectacular birds of prey 'dancing' in the sky
  2. See brilliant wildlife all the way from the car park to the beach and back
  3. Browse the well-stocked shop or relax with coffee and cake from the café

Top things to do in Summer

  1. Take part in our free family activities from Monday to Friday during the holidays
  2. Watch this year's young marsh harriers take their first flights
  3. Join one of our guides on a walk to enjoy more than 100 species of wildlife

Top things to do in Autumn

  1. See hundreds of birds resting on the reserve as they migrate south from the Arctic
  2. Look out for v-shaped squadrons of pink-footed geese arriving from Iceland and Greenland
  3. As daylight hours shorten, enjoy the browns, golds and oranges of our autumnal landscapes

Top things to do in Winter

  1. Enjoy 'up close and personal' views of hundreds of geese and ducks from Island hide
  2. Blow away the winter blues and beachcomb our fabulous shoreline - especially good after a winter storm
  3. Warm up with a delicious hot meal from the 'Feeding station' café

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My visit was perfect - the weather was fab, the facilities great, large shop, good restaurant. Lots of information about events and knowledgable and friendly staff. The reserve had a great variety of different bird species, comfortable hides and viewing areas and - last but not least - a beautiful sandy beach. I will be back for a longer visit next time!


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Map of Titchwell Marsh

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