This place has become my favourite place to go. Such a pity it’s so bloody far away from me. If I could move there, I would go tomorrow!
Roy has recently done some posts about Titchwell, with some brilliant pictures. These are a few from my visit last week.
Just by the visitor centre, are some bird feeders, which attract some pretty decent birds, and the odd Muntjac deer, as Roy found out. They also play host to this chap.
Pretty much guaranteed at the moment to see this Water Rail, foraging round underneath the feeders.
A walk down towards the beach, about a 1km away, is guaranteed to bring some good birds; and even some surprises.
I couldn’t believe it when I saw this chap. A seal! He came up one of the channels on the salt marsh during high tide.
And flying round the salt marsh,
And joining them in the air, my now favourite goose.
The Brent Goose. The one near the centre is checking to see if his undercarriage is up I think.
As I got half way to the beach, four birds caught my eye, as they settled in the tall reeds. I managed a couple of quick shots before they took off as quickly as they arrived.