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Norfolk's secret Common Seal Colony

Norfolk's secret Common Seal Colony

August 15th, 2017

Seals are a common sight on the Norfolk coast. It is home to a number of famous colonies both grey and common seals. Some years ago we came across a single common seal resting in one of the many small rivers outlets that flow across the beach. Thinking it was[...]

Green Cay and Wakodahatchee.

Green Cay and Wakodahatchee.

August 4th, 2017

  June in Florida brings with it very hot days, high humidity and tropical downpours. Most of the wildlife that can has migrated back to the cooler climate of the north. The remainder have adopted a pattern of feeding early in the day and resting for the rest of the time. This makes[...]

Grey Seals at Horsey, Norfolk

Grey Seals at Horsey, Norfolk

May 12th, 2017

One of the UK's great wildlife spectacles is the massive clouds of knot whirling over the shores of the Wash at Snettisham. It attracts both wildlife film crews and 100's of visitors each winter.  The Grey Seals that give birth each winter on the beaches at Blakeney Point ( England’s largest colony),[...]

Sculthorpe Moor

Sculthorpe Moor

April 27th, 2017

Today we visited the Hawk & Owl trust reserve at Sculthorpe Moor. We thoroughly recommend this reserve as it's a great place to get close to some of the woodland species. It has great hides, especially for photography. The visitor's centre is always welcoming and informative. We are always impressed[...]

Minsmere's Amazing Adders

Minsmere's Amazing  Adders

April 14th, 2017

It was a bright, sunny day in early spring and we were on a morning walk in search of Minsmere's amazing adders, Britain's only venomous snake native to the UK. After watching last years BBC Springwatch programme, where they managed to track a number of the snakes, it seemed a[...]


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