Wildfowl numbers are increasing day by day in the harbour as we are consistently seeing large numbers of Wigeon, Teal, Pintail, Pink-Footed Geese, Greylag and Brent Geese. The view across the marsh now is quite spectacular as you can see hundreds of wildfowl feeding on the mudflats.
|Looking across the marsh to middle point from the boardwalk (Daniel Wynn)|
This week we bid a fond farewell to Wynona Legg, one of our Assistant Rangers. She now moves onto work as an Apprentice Tutor for the Field Studies Council. From everyone on the NT North Norfolk team we wish her the best in her future endeavors and thank you for your hard work and dedication this season!
To end on a happy note, we have had our first drawing competition entrants for this week and the winner goes to Andy, aged 4 3/4 years old for this lovely picture of rabbits found on Blakeney Point.
|Andy's drawing of two rabbits seen on Blakeney Point|