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Norfolk Birdwatching Trip July Images

Seawall birders Norfolk July

A walk along the seawall, in the sunshine, produced great birds.

Bearded Tit juv 2

Bearded Tit juv 3

Bearded Tit juv 4

This juvenile female Bearded Tit really showed off right by the path!

Seawall mill Norfolk July

Titchwell freshmarsh July

RSPB Titchwell - a must visit site - the freshmarsh was alive with birds.

Swallow on sign Titchwell

Red crested Pochards juvs July

Red crested Pochards showed off at RSPB Titchwell.

Eygptian Goose July 2014

Not the prettiest bird perhaps? Egyptian Goose posed for photos.

Morston Harbour July

Leaving Morston Quay for our boat trip out to Blakeney Point.

Shed boat July 2014

Fancy a house boat? Easy, stick a shed on a boat!

Sandwich Terns 2 Blakeney Pt July 2014

Common seals hands free

Who knew common seals did yoga?

Common seals and terns 2

Common seals smile

Grey seal common seals

An Atlantic grey seal hauls out to join the common seals.

Seals tough life

Terns and seals Blakeney July

Common darter Holme July

This amazing looking common darter showed off at Holme NWT reserve.

Highlight birds recorded during our five day birdwatching trip to Norfolk included the following -

Fulmar, Gannet, Little Egret, Bittern, Glossy Ibis, Spoonbill, Egyptian Goose, Red-crested Pochard, Eider, Common Scoter, Red Kite, Marsh Harrier, Grey Partridge, Avocet, Black-winged Stilt, Stone Curlew, Little ringed Plover, Grey Plover, Golden Plover, Pacific golden Plover, Knot, Sanderling, Ruff, Black-tailed Godwit, Bar-tailed Godwit, Whimbrel, Spotted Redshank, Greenshank, Green Sandpiper, Wood Sandpiper, Curlew Sandpiper, Mediterranean Gull, Little Tern, Arctic Skua, Stock Dove, Turtle Dove, Barn Owl, Little Owl, Nightjar, Green Woodpecker, Yellow Wagtail, Bearded Tit, Yellowhammer. Over 125 species of bird were enjoyed during our five day trip to Norfolk all at a relaxed pace. Our trips allow plenty of time to enjoy great food, scenery and plenty of laughs.

We would love to put together a custom tour ideal for you, just drop us a line and we will do the rest! If you have any qustions at all about our trips please just fire away.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Pacific golden Plover July 2014 3 CB
Just in case you missed it on yesterdays blog, Pacfic golden Plover, our last new bird on the trip. A fantastic rarity to really end the trip on a high! Many thanks to Chris Bromley for this great photo.


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