Birds Watching

If you’re a birdwatcher you will know full well that North Norfolk is one of the best sites in the UK.

You will find some rare species when they make landfall on their way north to warmer climes for the winter. There are also a series of shops for ‘birders’ along the coast all of whom keep logs of sightings and can recommend where and when you’ll have the best chance to spot something special.

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NWT Holme Dunes

Where The Wash meets the North Sea, Holme Dunes is superbly located to attract migrating birds. It also holds a variety of important habitats which support numerous other wildlife species including natterjack toads, butterflies and dragonflies, as well as a large number of interesting plants.

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NWT Cley Marshes

NWT Cley Marshes is Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s oldest and best known nature reserve. A new eco-friendly visitor centre opened in 2007 containing a café, shop, viewing areas (including viewing from a camera on the reserve). There's the fantastic Simon Aspinall Wildlife Education Centre, a courtyard and viewing deck. The view from the visitor centre across the Marsh to the sea is breathtaking.

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%RSPB Titchwell

RSPB Titchwell

This popular reserve located on the North Norfolk coast is one of the best places to view a wide variety of both native and migrating birds. Open all year round it also has a visitor centre with lots of information and a café.

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%RSPB Snettisham

RSPB Snettisham

This popular reserve located on the North Norfolk coast is one of the best places to view a wide variety of both native and migrating birds. Open all year round it also has a visitor centre with lots of information and a café.

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