Older man using binoculars to birdwatch in marshes

Discover a landscape alive with nature

Into the wild

Experience the splendid isolation
of you and 10,000 other species

Norfolk Coast has some great opportunities to get closer to nature at any time of year. Some of the best places to enjoy this are our nature reserves, which have habitats ranging from saltmarshes to sand dunes and pinewoods to chalk rivers.

RSPB Titchwell

RSPB Snettisham

Norfolk Wildlife Trust

National Trust

Holkham National Nature Reserve

Wild Ken Hill

Inclusive RSPB Titchwell walk

Winter birding heaven

RSPB Titchwell contains most of Norfolk’s magnificent coastal nature in one place.

Nowhere matches this stunning county for variety of migrating birds, vast numbers of wintering wildfowl and rare sightings.

From graceful avocets and majestic marsh harriers to booming bitterns and bearded tits..

Titchwell is accessible, with wheelchair-friendly hard paths to take you from open fields to the coastal foreshore via reedbeds, marshes, lagoons and beach. Shelter in accessible hides to watch birds dip feeding over the water and look for elusive otters or busy water voles.

Listen for the calls of oystercatcher, dunlin, or curlew. Then head back to the visitor centre for a steaming hot drink and cake!

RSPB Titchwell
RSPB Titchwell

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