Reports



WINTER BIRDING AT TITCHWELL RSPB RESERVE
Saturday 30th November 2019

A fabulous bright and sunny day with little or no wind. and at times some warmth in the sunshine!

Titchwell was alive with birds and the sea was our first port of call where over the next hour we watched smart LONG-TAILED DUCKS, COMMON EIDER, COMMON SCOTER, RED-THROATED DIVERS, GREAT CRESTED GREBE, RED-BREASTED MERGANSERS plus RED-NECKED GREBE, VELVET SCOTER and some flyover SNOW BUNTINGS.

After lunch we explored the rest of the reserve noting lots of WESTERN MARSH HARRIERS plus EURASIAN SPARROWHAWK, COMMON KESTREL, had good views of CETTIā€™S WARBLER plus hundreds of EURASIAN TEAL and EURASIAN WIGEON.

Good numbers of the common waders were also present and looked wonderful in the winter sun.

Our journey home produced a single TAWNY OWL which flew across the road.