RSPB Titchwell is one of my favourite nature reserves and has a wide variety of wildlife including Marsh Harriers, Bitterns, Bearded Tits, Great White Egret, woodland birds, and waders. There are several hides that will hopefully be in use, although it is likely that the wearing of masks may be required. There is also the opportunity to photograph butterflies and various insects. A 100-400 or 150 / 600 lens would be ideal, and macro lens if you want to photograph this genre.
There is a reasonable sized car park that is free to all visitors. Members get free entry to the reserve, but non-members will be charged to access the reserve (£4/£5). There are toilet facilities adjacent to the car park and a small restaurant / outside seating area where snacks and drinks are served. Alternatively, you can bring your own picnic.
I suggest that we spend the morning on the main reserve and after lunch there will be the opportunity to go down to the beach and photograph the waders in the mussel beds which enables us to get closer to them than you normally would be able to do. If you do not fancy the walk down to the beach you can spend more time on the reserve.
We will meet at 10am in the car park and leave around 4pm. More detailed information including a trail-guide and Risk Assessment will be provided beforehand.
Note: If any member plans to spend a stay-over / long weekend in North Norfolk, please feel free to contact Nick for any advice on accommodation.
RPS Members Free, non-RPS £5
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Titchwell RPSB Reserve