Norfolk is second to none as a county to see great birds all year round. Renowned for not just the sheer quantity of good birds to be seen but also for the quality of them. This is certainly helped by the fact that Norfolk holds a great variety of habitats within its boundary. From the flat Fenland in the west, the freshwater Broads in the east, to the dry Brecklands of the south and the coastal dunes and marshes in the north. Each habitat supports its own special birds. Many resident species are either not found elsewhere or are localised. Add to this the regular appearance of scarce migrants or national rarities and it is obvious why birders return time and time again to Norfolk at all times of the year, year after year.
Check out Cley, Blakeney Point, Wells, Titchwell, Holme, plus a host of other famous Norfolk birding hotspots.
Stone Curlew © Colin Bradshaw
Showing the 16 Most Recent Trip Reports Posted
An Autumn week in Norfolk with the Bird ID Company - September 2008, author Stuart White (added October 16, 2008)
(Three species of Shrike, Radde’s Warbler, Yellow-browed Warblers, Dotterel)
England, Norfolk - A winter's twitch - 25th to 27th November 2006, author Mick Sveikutis (added November 30, 2006)
(Norfolk, Auk, Snow Bunting, Shore Lark, Red-throated Diver)
Late Autumn in Norfolk with the Bird ID Company - 30th October - 2nd November 2008, author Stuart White (added November 12, 2008)
(successful 4 days with Red-flanked Bluetail, American Golden Plover, 3 Pallas’s Warblers, 2 Yellow-browed Warblers, Firecrest, 3 species of owl, Waxwings and much more)
UK 24 Hour Birdrace around East Anglia - 24th-25th May 2012, author Mike Clarke (added July 2, 2012)
(Common Crane, Red Kite, Bittern, Golden Oriole, Temmincks Stint, Spoonbill)
A Winter's weekend birding in North Norfolk - November 2004, author Ian Boustead (link created January 8, 2005)
(Pink-footed Goose, Black-winged Stilt, Lesser Yellowlegs, Shorelark, Velvet Scoter)
Norfolk with Burbagebirders - August 2012 (A light-hearted tale), author Ken Reeves (added August 15, 2012)
(Arctic Skua, Stone Curlew, Curlew Sandpiper)