Walsey hills - Snipes marsh from the hill
Yellow-browed Warbler by Dave Mansell
A small coastal reserve good for migrants
This small NOA reserve is situated just to the south east of Cley NWT so can easily be combined. There is parking for a few cars just south of the coast road. A path runs from here south towards 'the hangs' and Salthouse heath. When entering the blackthorn tunnel, on your left new steps have been put in up to the hills Snipe's Marsh is on your right. The marsh is good for ducks and Little Grebe, Reed, Sedge and Cetti's Warblers can be seen and heard here. The new steps provide a view over the bushes below and marshes beyond.
The dense blackthorn thicket and ivy covered trees a little further on are good for most of our common breeding warblers and in spring and autumn can attract the odd migrant, for example Firecrests and Flycatchers. Or a vagrant, Yellow Browed Warblers are pretty much annual.
Cetti's Warbler, migrants and possibly a vagrant