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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE – THURSDAY 5th NOVEMBER 2020

COVID-19 Restrictions on NOA Reserves Further to the announcement of a second lockdown in order to help stop the spread of the Coronavirus, the NOA must once again close all hides on its nature reserves from 5th November. 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. We are very grateful for your understanding and support.

Friday 6th July 2018

Norfolk News from RARE BIRD ALERT
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Norfolk Lesser Emperor dragonfly male still 2pm Filby Broad from boardwalk
Norfolk Lesser Emperor dragonfly male still Filby Broad from boardwalk at 12.30pm +showing well
Norfolk no sign of male.Black-winged Stilt 1ml ESE of Potter Heigham at Potter Heigham Marshes 8.20am-10am (but Curlew Sand 5.Spoonbills Whimbrel). Use car park by A149 at Lathams (£8.50 per day) +take track ENE for 3/4ml
Norfolk 6.Spotted Redshanks Snettisham RSPB
Norfolk Curlew Sand Cley NWT on The Serpentine
Norfolk Spoonbill flew west over Titchwell RSPB. 9.Little Gulls still on freshmarsh +4.Spotted Redshanks