Here is our finalised species list for the trip. The grand total of 120 species seen between everyone (and not seen by everyone).
||Great Crested Grebe
The Ashdown Forest Centre and The Conservation Volunteers are recruiting volunteer walk leaders for their very popular healthy walks on Ashdown Forest.
Healthy Walks are part of the nationwide Walking for Health scheme which aims to get people healthier and happier by providing free, short and easy led walks. A free walk leader training day will be held on Thursday 2 May in Wych Cross from 9.30am (more…)
This is it, our final day. The last day everyone pretty much does their own thing before heading home and this trip was no exception. For the purposes of this trip report I shall take you through what we did but I will mention that Sue and Bob went to Salthouse again and then to Cley and Holkham Fresh Marsh; Dick, Dot, Martin and Carol spent the afternoon walking out to see the seals on Blakeney Point; (more…)
The third day of our trip. At sun rise it was a glorious start to the day but by 7:15am the sea fog rolled in. Strangely by 9am the fog had rolled out again revealing the sunshine. We all met down in the car park after breakfast and headed out to our first destination – Salthouse.
At Salthouse we expected to see Snow Buntings. Every year so far they have been pretty easy to find. This year however (more…)
After a nights sleep and an excellent breakfast we set off for Titchwell Marshes (RSPB). West Runton is between 5-10 miles further east so the journey took about an hour.
The weather wasn’t bad, dry with patchy cloud and hardly any wind to really speak of. For our Norfolk trips this is almost tropical! It had been agreed that we would head out to the sea straight away and then work back to the visitor (more…)