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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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Friday 23rd June 2017

A quiet day for birds, the highlight was in the moth traps with this Netted Pug one of the best moths so far this year. Also in the traps were Privet, Eyed and Poplar Hawks, a Pretty Chalk Carpet, Beautiful Hook-tip and Peppered Moth.


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Norfolk Curlew Sand Cley NWTNorfolk Little Gull flew west past Weybourne Camp this morning
Norfolk 5+BLACK-WINGED STILTS (male fem 3+young) still Potter Heigham Marshes early a'noon (+14.Spoonbills still). Use car park at Lathams (£8.50 per day) +take footpath ENE for 1ml TG.437.194 NR29 5JE
Norfolk Little Gull Breydon Water
Norfolk 2.Little Gulls (both 1s) Titchwell RSPB still +2.Spoonbills 2+Turtle Doves