NWT Cley Marshes in AutumnThursday, November 24, 2016
On Saturday we drove to the North Norfolk Coast to the Cley Marshes in search of fresh air as well as to make the most of the glorious blue skies and crisp, cool weather. During the week I'd had a lovely invite pop up for us to visit and it sounded like the perfect tonic to a hectic week. I knew we had found ourselves at Cley in summer a couple of years ago but the details felt a little hazy.
The welcome you receive into the centre is warm and informative so that you can get the very best out of your visit. The Cley reserve dates back to 1926 although it's been added to recently with a new section of land to the East.
Cley spy crew. We marvelled over the divine pictures exhibited by Wild Norfolk and I was tempted to peek through the scopes but didn't quite dare.
Cley would be an absolutely ideal place for some digiscoping too, an abundance of birds to photograph. We were tipped off about a spoonbill as we approached the new hide.
outfit pictures against the shoreline while it was quiet.
Many thanks to the team for making our visit happen, we had such a lovely time.