Bird Watching (UK) - - Go Birding -

1 A large car park is found to the west of the vil­lage. Look west be­fore walk­ing off to the east. You may see wader move­ment or sev­eral egrets.

2 Stiffkey camp­site and its trees are a real pull for mi­grants and sev­eral com­mon and rare war­blers have been found here.

3 Con­tinue along the coast al­ways check­ing the many chan­nels on the marsh for feed­ing and breed­ing waders. The coastal path can have many good birds, from Lin­nets to Red­backed Shrike.

4 Scan the big chan­nel sep­a­rat­ing the marsh from Blak­eney Point. Sev­eral tern species can of­ten be seen feed­ing com­ing away from their breed­ing site. Seals can float out to­wards you.

5 This fairly new wet­land of­fers a chance to see a wide num­ber of species from breed­ing Avo­cets to loaf­ing Spoon­bills, with large num­bers of wild­fowl in win­ter.

6 A wet flash is found along the A149 which draws pas­sage waders and ducks when hold­ing wa­ter.

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