A Norfolk Wildlife Trust reserve, good for continental vagrants.
The reserve has a number of pools, which have played host to Red-veined Darters. The reserve is best known for the rare birds that turn up here on spring and autumn migrations, but the pines at the north end are always worth a look. There is an information sheet here.
Leave Hunstanton heading north and east on the A149 coast road. Look out for the signs to the nature reserve on your left just before you enter Holme next the Sea. As the roads ends turn right down the gravel track and follow round one and a half miles where it stops in the car park adjacent to the visitor centre. Please park in the NWT car park on your left
These species have been recorded at this site.
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