Within Norfolk you will find many nature reserves, from those by the coast to those on the inland broads.
Pensthorpe Waterfowl Park and Nature Reserve is host to over 120 species of waterfowl and waders. Close to Fakenham, you can explore over 200 acres of meadowland, woodland and lakes.
Blakeney Point has a number of hides dotted around the water’s edge, where you can study the large variety of bird life. On nearby sandbanks there is a colony of seals and, by catching a boat from Morston, visitors can enjoy a closer look at these fascinating creatures.
Cley Marshes is home to a large number of rare migrants that are attracted by the wide expanse of salt marshes and all they hold.
Holkham beach has a mixture of sand, salt marshes, mudflats and sand dunes, with Corsican pines attracting a variety of wildlife.
Snettisham gravel pits on the Wash have hides and an information centre. Flocks of waders, ducks and breeding terns can be observed.
Titchwell, which is 1 mile west of Brancaster, has hides and a visitor centre. There are reed beds, a lagoon, salt marshes and a sandy beach with marsh harriers and bitterns.
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