The second day of our Norfolk Birding Weekend took us on a return visit to Cley Marsh, about twenty miles Eastwards along the North Norfolk coast from Titchwell Marsh. And if Helen and I had though it was a hot day yesterday at Titchers, well today was even hotter still! 30°C at around 11am, with no breeze whatsoever. Phew!
We quickly decided that we wouldn’t be able to visit all of the reserve today and prioritised going to visit the cluster of three distinctive thatch-roofed hides which provide views over the main marsh.
The walk from the main car park to the hides is on a board-walk through a very high reedbed – mostly about 6-8 feet tall. On the way we had heard a variety of small bird song from within the reeds, but had had no sightings. It was quite oppressive walking to the hides in the heat…
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