One of the sites that I've grown very fond of in Norfolk is Sculthorpe Moor, run by the Hawk and Owl Trust. It's usually quiet, but it has good boardwalk paths through the woodland and along to reed beds and marsh. There are hides and viewing screens along the way and the feeders are always well stocked.
And where there are feeders, you will get plenty of birds. Such a good variety too, with the usual woodland mix and some raptors too.
Male Great Spotted Woodpecker
Long tailed Tit at a feeding table.
Marsh Tit. A Sculthorpe favourite of mine.
A Treecreeper at a feeder.
Great photos! Stopping by from Photo Friday and hoping you'll join up at Wordless Wednesday (on Tuesday) here:ReplyDelete
I don't think I've seen many great spotted woodpeckers. he looks unusual.ReplyDelete
Lovely photos! The woodpecker is beautiful!ReplyDelete
The Long-tailed Tit--I'm in love! What a pretty bird. Thanks for sharing all of these.ReplyDelete
I smear some suet on the tree trunks for the tiny tree creepers we have here.... Great photos! ... MichelleReplyDelete
Hello Awesome birds and images. My favorites are the woodpecke and tree creeper. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!ReplyDelete
Very lovely birds.ReplyDelete
Boy that little marsh tilt has picked a thorny home! What beautiful birds all.. Great place, it'd be on my favorite list too (I should be so lucky!).ReplyDelete
That woodpecker, I do love the color and pattern!! Captured beautifully...as are the creeper and the long tailed tit. Darling photos all the way around.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing this terrific post for the weekend at I'd Rather B Birdin'.Delete
Gorgeous birds there! Love that long-tailed tit!ReplyDelete
Lovely birds! The long tailed tit is so cute.ReplyDelete
Great bird photos i am just now getting into the wildlife and looking forward to getting some good photos of some birds that we have here thanks for sharingReplyDelete
Such lovely photos. We've got a woodpecker, I hear it, but have never seen it so not sure what type. #animaltalesReplyDelete
What beautiful photos. I took some of the long-tailed tit recently. They are such cute birds. #AnimalTalesReplyDelete
They are gorgeous photosReplyDelete
We get all these birds here in Normandy with long tiled tits being my favourite of your selection. We'll soon start hearing the woodpeckers again, drumming to attract a mate :) #AnimalTalesReplyDelete
The Long tailed Tit looks very cartoon like, as if it's body is too big for the rest of itReplyDelete