Sunday, April 12, 2015

Short Breaks in Norfolk: The Top 3 Things to Do in Cley-next-the-Sea

The Cley Marshes is a bird breeding sanctuary and thus serves as Norfolk’s premier bird watching site. It’s famous for being one of the oldest and most well-kept natuel reserves in the world, and birds like the marsh harrier, northern lapwing and the island-nesting avocet call this ecological haven their home.

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