Friday, 6 September – RSPB Snettisham, RSPB Titchwell Marsh, National Trust Horsey Windpump, Gorleston-on-the-Sea

The first stop of the day was RSPB Snettisham Nature Reserve. It was a really bad day for bird watching – very rainy and slightly foggy. Some mallards were hanging out in the car park. Snettisham is known for the water birds that gather and the spectacular views of them taking off as the tide Read More …

Thursday, 5 September – Back to Blacktoff Sands, RSPB Frieston Shore, RSPB Frampton Marsh, Snettisham

This morning we had to drive back to RSPB Blacktoft Sands to pick up my wallet, but the return trip was worth it! On the way in to the headquarters we saw a bird feeder we’d missed the day before: Dino enjoyed it, too: Greenshank? Moorhen Redshank Lapwings Our next stop was at RSPB Freiston Read More …

Tuesday, 3 September and Wednesday, 4 September – Flamborough and St. Oswald Church, Flamborough Outer Headland

After we left RSPB Bempton Cliffs we drove down to to the town of Flamborough and found St. Oswald’s Church, where my great great grandfather, George Nicholson Pidd had been baptized. It is a lovely little church: A couple of needlepointed kneelers: We found some Nicholson tombstones, but they were too late to be George Read More …