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    Norfolk Tourist Information / Nature & Wildlife

    Cley Marshes - Norfolk Wildlife Trust
    NWT Cley Marshes, perched on the north Norfolk coast, has a well-deserved reputation as one of the UK’s premier bird watching sites and there’s always something to see, whatever time of year you visit. The pools and scrapes, all within easy view of the hides, are flush with unusual and interesting birds throughout the year, and both experienced and new birders will find much to enthral them here. Meandering along the boardwalks and glimpsing the birdlife through the reeds is pure pleasure.

    Open: Nature reserve - daily. Visitor centre - late March to early October 10am to 5pm, early November to early December 10am to 4pm.

    Location: Half a mile east of Cley-next-the-Sea on the A149 coast road. Buses stop outside nature reserve. Map ref TG 054 441.
    Cost: Adults £3.75, children and NWT members free.

    Wheelchairs: access to visitor centre, toilets, boardwalk and hides
    Contact: 01263 740008

    What to look for: Bittern, avocet, marsh harrier, spoonbill, bearded tit, large numbers of wildfowl including wigeon, teal, pintail and brent goose. Migrating waders such as ruff and Temminck’s stint. Unusual vagrant birds, blown off course by strong winds, are regularly seen here.

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    AddressCley Marshes

    East from Cley-next-the-Sea to Salthouse in-between the A149 coast road and the shingle bank
    Telephone01263 740008
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