Brancaster Staithe


This walk, around Brancaster Staithe on the Norfolk coast, is a birdwatcher’s dream.

In the winter it’s a place where thousands of pink-footed geese congregate; six months later you can see little terns fishing for their supper off the quay. It’s an area with Redshanks, Oystercatchers and numerous other wading birds, but it’s not all about ornithology – look out for the Roman fort of Branodunum on the way back to the harbour.

Get full details of the walk here.


Photo: Ian Ward / National Trust