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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE – Tuesday 29th DECEMBER 2020

Further to the announcement of a Tier 4 (Stay at home) lockdown in Norfolk, the NOA has closed all hides on its nature reserves. While we would discourage anyone from travelling too far during this crucial time, our reserves themselves will remain open for local visitors and usual charges will apply for non-members. Please follow government advice, and respect social distancing at all times. We will restore access to our facilities as and when government restrictions permit.

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Sunday 15th November 2015

Norfolk News from Birdnet
> Norfolk Juvenile Pallid Harrier Warham Greens at 16:04 + 4 Hen Harrier NR23 1QD TF943437
> Norfolk Probable Juvenile Pallid Harrier Warham Greens at 15:35 but distant NR23 1QD TF943437
> Norfolk Glossy Ibis Felbrigg Hall NT at 16:25 NR11 8PR
> Norfolk Black Brant Cley NWT at 15:40 in Eye Field NR25 7SA TG049441
> Norfolk Hoopoe NE/of Spixworth showing well in paddocks at top of slope 200m NNE/of Hall Road junction at 15:00 NR12 7BB
> Norfolk Black Brant Cley NWT from beach c/p at 13:00 NR25 7SA TG049441
> Norfolk Rough-legged Buzzard Morston photographed showing well this a/noon NR25 7DJ TG011444
> Norfolk Great Grey Shrike Santon at 11:45.