Here are some piccies I took:
I think this one was called a Bald Egret.
Black Storks are HUGE!!!
What a wingspan!!
Can't remember what this one was called, but it was flapping it's wings around at the time.
A cute Coot. Or, as we in Norfolk would pronounce it, 'a coot Coot'.
Can't remember which duck variety this one was either.
A very friendly goose!
I think this one is a Goldeneye.
Such beautiful colouring!
Snow Geese make such a funny, flat kind of honking sound.
White Storks are big too!
This is a Stilt. Stilts are well named for their long, spindly legs which look as if they will snap.
And now for some non-bird pictures......
Glorious Autumn berries. (Pyracantha?)
I spotted a little copse of trees and thought to myself "That looks really magical". As I got closer I noticed two of these Fly Agarics - real Fairy Toadstools!!!
Another fungi I spotted. (Stinkhorn?)
What's that saying? Something like 'When Gorse is not in bloom then kissing's out of fashion'.
Hmmm....guess what tree this is??? ;-)
Lovely twisty Oak branches.
I think this is the river Wensum.
One of the many lakes/meres there.
All in all, I thoroughly recommend a visit! I told the staff I wanted to live there forever but, sadly, they said I had to go home..... :-(