North Norfolk coast is always a good birding area, but in the autumn it is a place
you mustn't miss especially the 10 mile stretch of coast between Snettisham on
the Wash to Titchwell facing the North Sea.
The Norfolk Ornithologists
Bird Observatory at Holme next the sea is a perfect place to see migrating birds
arriving from Scandinavia.
Islands offer fantastic opportunities for wildlife lovers
with birds, marine life and small mammals.
- Lots of animals are on the move during autumn from
deer to long distance travellers such as geese.
- Visitor Guide
near Hunstanton, Norfolk.
Holme Bird Observatory, Broadwater Road, Holme-next-the-Sea,
Snettisham - 01485 542689
Holme Bird Observatory - 01485 525406
Snettisham - email@example.com
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Migrating birds - autumn.
Norfolk Ornithologists Association runs the Holme Bird Observatory and welcomes
kit:||Walking shoes. Binoculars and
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Bird watching - hides. Most of the Knot stay in lagoons just behind the beach
- don't leave here without going into the hides. Four hides. Nature trail.
watching. Dawn walks to see the Knot can be booked in advance.
- hides, nature trail.
Titchwell - hides, walks, visitor centre.
Snettisham - call ahead to arrange for an access permit which allows cars
to drive to the first hide. Two hides are disabled accessible.
easy access to the nature reserve - steps and rough path. Nearest adapted toilet
is 3.4 miles (5.5 km) from the reserve in the picnic area by the A149. There are
two disabled accessible hides - Rotary hide and Shore hide. Both have access off
concrete level paths.
RSPB Titchwell - there are three hides
with disabled access and viewing facilities. All the paths have hard surfaces.
Good views of the nature reserve from all along the public footpath.
toilets in the car park. Designated disabled parking bays. Access to visitor centre
is wheelchair friendly.
take the A149 Snettisham and Dersingham bypass. Continue along Beach Road for
about 1 mile - the reserve is signposted on the left.
station: Kings Lynn.
Nearest bus stop: Two miles - regular service
from King's Lynn. Traveline East Anglia - 0870 6082608.
- Drive east along the A149 through Thornham and look for the brown reserve signs.
Nearest railway station: King's Lynn - 22 miles.
located on the main road outside the reserve.
Holme Bird Observatory
is located on Broadwater Road in , Holme-next-the-Sea near Hunstanton in Norfolk.
is a public footpath along the beach at Holme next the Sea.
The RSPB Snettisham reserve
is open all year -
Dawn walks £6.
The RSPB reserve at
Titchwell is open all year round.
Open all year. The centre is
open from 9.30 am-5 m (9.30 am-4 pm from mid-November to mid-February).
RSPB Snettisham resrve is free but donations are welcome. Dawn walks to see the
Knot can be booked in advance. There is a charge.
The RSPB reserve
at Titchwell is open all year round, free to RSPB members, £4 parking for
non members to cover parking.
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