Titchwell Marsh

Titchwell Marsh

Titchwell Marsh
Big skies, a fabulous sandy beach and bird-filled lagoons are just a few of the gems tucked away inside Titchwell's treasure trove of natural delights.
Latest blog posts
  • Pink-footed geese at Snettisham

    Having been fortunate to have grown up on the west coast of Scotland and to have lived and worked on the east coast of Scotland, I have always been surrounded by the infamous call of the pink-footed geese every winter. These fascinating birds have been...
  • December Updates

    As we countdown to Christmas the sound of a thousand geese calling from the fields adjacent to Titchwell Marsh reserve are a great reminder that winter is here even if the snow isn't. Over the past few days the water on the Dragonfly Pond and Fresh...
  • How to make you garden more wildlife friendly.

    After leaving Scotland, to move to England, I thought I said goodbye to the bitter cold winds and the rain for good… how wrong was I. This week, my colleagues and I, have been battling the wind and rain to help create a wildlife garden in time...
  • Harrier Watch

    At yesterday’s Harrier Watch event at RSPB Titchwell a small group of us were richly rewarded for our perseverance! After standing in the rain for 20 minutes or so in gathering darkness we eventually spotted 2 harriers in the air. Then, as the...
  • Wader and sea duck ID tips

    I consider winter to be my favourite season of the year and not just because every Christmas my Auntie Barbara supplies me with the annual dose of new socks and pants. It is my favourite time of the year because the cold westerly and northerly winds push...
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