Whilst in Norfolk I visited the RSPB Titchwell Marsh Nature Reserve. This reserve by the sea has both a freshwater lagoon and a salt marsh habitat. I spent an enjoyable couple of hours watching the birds feeding in a variety of habitats. I recognised a few of them but my camera is not good enough to take decent close ups of them. I would love to have been able to photograph a marsh harrier that was flying over the reserve to the trees beyond. Anyway here's a few photos just to give you an idea of the area and the different habitats.