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Suffolk Spring 2013 RSPB Minsmere and more



The Suffolk coast is a magical place for a Spring Birdwatching break and we will be visiting this wonderful area 8th - 11th April 2013 and would love you to join us.

Island Mere
RSPB Minsmere is one of the UK's top nature reserves and boasts huge numbers of birds

The Suffolk coast has a variety of habitats including lagoons, marshes, reedbeds, heathland, woodlands and more. These habitats provide a home for a huge array of birds and we will enjoy a lot of species.

Reedbed view
We will listen for the "boom" of Bitterns from the reeds as Marsh Harriers float above

Sedge Warbler
Migrant warblers will have just arrived from Africa, like this Sedge Warbler

Bluethroat
This stretch of coast has a great record for scarce birds, perhaps a Bluethroat?

Spoonbill
Excellent chance of a Spoonbill dropping in.

Stone Curlew
The rare and enigmatic Stone Curlew breeds in the area,

Scrape Minsmere
The famous scrape at RSPB Minsmere - in April will be full of birds,

Avocet Titchwell
We can expect to see a lot of Avocets and many other waders in April.

As you can see the Suffolk coast has a lot to offer the birdwatcher and we would love you to join us on this lovely tour.

The cost of this tour is £450 per person based on two people sharing a room.
For full details of the tour simply drop us a line at

info@thebiggesttwitch.com

We look forward to chatting to you about this Suffolk Spring tour,


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