Titchwell Marsh is a natural retreat rich in wildlife with a large variety of species on show throughout the year. From December to February, our Wednesday walks will focus on waders, wildfowl and winter warblers. Time permitting, we'll wander down to the sea to look for small flotillas of sea ducks and other visiting sea birds. Back on dry land, you may even spot an elusive Water Rail or Woodcock.
This walk is ideal for novice birders and visitors new to the reserve and designed with you in mind. It is suitable for individuals, couples and families. However, you will not be able to bring your dog on this event.
Wildlife watching equipment is not required however, binoculars can be hired from our shop to enhance your experience. Do ask on arrival.