We got up early and arrived at 9am after couple hours in the car. This was our first time to Titchwell and we started to explore hoping to see somehing new.
We walked towards the beach and saw some Redshank & Black Tailed Godwit up close.
There were lots of Curlew feeding in the grass with Brent and Pink Footed Geese on the mud.
We searchd through the Dunlin and enentullay managed see a Curlew Sandpiper.
Black Tailed Godwit
When we got to the beach the tide was in so there was less about, but was happy to see a Red Breasted Merganser fly past. We decieded to go back to get something to eat and then come back later to the beach. Whilst walking we were surprised to find a Chinese Water Deer.
Chinese Water Deer
After luinch we took a dffierent route and was watching some Stonechat and Redstart bounding aroung in some dead trees. There was a Common Darter, which did not mind having its photo taken.
Back at the beach the tide was out and there were lots of Turnstone and Sandling feeding. We were helped out by a local and found Common Scoter and Red Throated Driver out at sea.
It was a good day as I saw new a new Deer and birds that I had not seen before.