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The North Norfolk Coast A New Birder's Guide (Region ALL)

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Edited By: K Lawson
Runtime: 114 min, aspect ratio: 16:9
Manufacturer: WildSounds
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An area of great natural beauty, the North Norfolk Coast has long been famous for its birding sites. Snettisham and Titchwell Marsh are two of the RSPB's most visited reserves; Blakeney Point and Wells Woods are famous for their rarities; the Holkham National Reserve is one of the largest in the United Kingdom; Holme-next-the-Sea has the only accredited bird observatory in the county; and the Norfolk Wildlife Trust's Cley Marshes is the equal of any.

Although it has some striking footage of birds, this film is not a species identification guide; rather, its focus is on places, practicalities and possibilities. What really is the best time to visit Snettisham? How is Titchwell being protected from coastal erosion? Where are the car parks? Can I do without a car? (Yes!).
Are there toilets? After watching this DVD you will not only understand why some birders visit this area year after year, but also be more than ready to do so yourself.

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Out of Print
Edited By: K Lawson
Runtime: 114 min, aspect ratio: 16:9
Manufacturer: WildSounds
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