RSPB Titchwell will be putting on winter hats and woolly scarves for a very special winter walk on New Year’s Day.
The walk will take visitors around the reserve and show people the wildlife, history and story of the site.
Wildlife thrives at Titchwell with many birds viewable from the moment you step out from the visitor centre.
Beautiful orange brambling can be seen on the feeders along with siskin and redpoll. Out on the saltmarsh, Chinese water deer can be seen with marsh harriers overhead and stunning pintail paddling about on the freshmarsh.
As the day draws in, you are in with a chance of seeing the rare hen harrier as well as a short-eared owl and barn owl.
Jasmine Atkinson, Visitor and Publicity Officer said: “If, like me, you’ve had a few too many pieces of Christmas cake and need a good hit of fresh air, this is the perfect opportunity to get out of the house and blow away the cobwebs!”
She added: “New Year’s Resolutions often include getting outside more, increasing exercise and learning a new skill.
“You can do all three here at Titchwell and our special New Year’s Walk can help lead the way.”
The walk starts at 11am on Tuesday. After the walk, visitors will be treated to a free mince pie and hot drink to warm them up and give everyone the chance to ask any questions they may have.
The walk costs £6 for adults and £4 for children with a £1 discount for RSPB members. For the chance to attend this walk, give Titchwell Marsh a ring on 01485 210779. Booking is essential as places fill up quickly.
For more information about Titchwell Marsh, visit the website and follow the blog www.rspb.org.uk/titchwell