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Are Stone Curlew still at Weeting (1 Viewer)

Hiya.

2/3 day trip from up North to North Norfolk and the wash, primarilly for a wader spectle at Snettisham for the high tides over the weekend. But would take a detour for Stone Curlew if they are still around at Weeting Heath.

I know its a time they gather in roosts on an eveing prior to migration and that Cavenham Heath is good spot for this but if they are still present in decent numbers at Weeting it would be better for me in terms of distance travelling and other travel plans.

Can any one confirm if stone curlew are still present at Weeting Heath and that its still open to the public?

Would most likely be Sunday or Monday

Thanks for any onfo

Paul
 

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Hiya.

2/3 day trip from up North to North Norfolk and the wash, primarilly for a wader spectle at Snettisham for the high tides over the weekend. But would take a detour for Stone Curlew if they are still around at Weeting Heath.

I know its a time they gather in roosts on an eveing prior to migration and that Cavenham Heath is good spot for this but if they are still present in decent numbers at Weeting it would be better for me in terms of distance travelling and other travel plans.

Can any one confirm if stone curlew are still present at Weeting Heath and that its still open to the public?

Would most likely be Sunday or Monday

Thanks for any onfo

Paul

I would guess that they won't be there & won't be open.

Definitely best to call them Call the centre: 01842 827615

https://www.norfolkwildlifetrust.org.uk/wildlife-in-norfolk/nature-reserves/reserves/weeting-heath
 

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