Wetland birds


The Norfolk Coast becomes home to hundreds of thousands of birds that spend their winter here. Learn more about these birds and hopefully experience the amazing sights and sounds of thousands of Pink-Footed Geese as they come in to roost for the night.

Meeting point: Blakeney Quay (Carnser car park).

Wear suitable outdoor footwear and clothing for the weather and bring binoculars if you have them.

Free event. Booking essential.

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An Autumn Spectacular: Overwintering birds walk

Type:Outdoor Event

Blakeney Quay, Carnser car park, Blakeney, Norfolk, NR25 7ND

Tel: 01263740241

Opening Times

Season (30 Oct 2024)
Wednesday14:00 - 16:00

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