Trip reference number: 22183
Trip Operator: Wildlife Worldwide
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Our four-night Norfolk in Early Summer tour goes in search of Norfolk’s most special birds, mammals, plants and insects at the finest time of year for wildlife in this wonderful county.
Early summer is a thrilling time for wildlife in Norfolk. Coastal colonies of gulls and terns are at the peak of breeding activity, and coastal marshes hold young lapwings, redshank and ducks. In the Broads, in addition to breeding marsh harriers and bitterns, this is a fine time for insects, with specialities including Norfolk hawker and the endemic race of swallowtail. In the Brecks stone curlews and woodlarks are breeding now and rare plants are in flower too.
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