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Blakeney Point Nature Reserve

Blakeney Point Nature Reserve map and guide to the area in Norfolk.

Map and Guide to the Blakeney Point Nature Reserve

Blakeney Point Nature Reserve Map: Satellite map showing the Blakeney Point Nature Reserve located near to the villages of Blakeney, Wiveton, Morston, and Cley-Next-the-Sea, on the north coast of Norfolk, England.

Owned by the National Trust and located on the north coast of Norfolk, the Blakeney Point Nature Reserve comprises a 3½ mile long spit of sand and shingle, with salt marshes, sand dunes, and mud flats, providing an important habitat for many species of wildlife. At the end of the spit, there is a tourist information centre ensconced in a former lifeboat station

On Blakeney Point it is possible to see grey and common seals basking on sandbanks, boat trips visit from nearby Morston and Blakeney. Apart from the seals there are a huge variety of bird species including bluethroats, wheatears, whinchats, terns, oyster catchers, warblers, dunlin, turnstone and flycatchers, to name but a few.

Blakeney Point can also be accessed by foot via a lane that runs from Cley to Clay Eye, it is to the north of the villages of Morston and Blakeney.

Local Info: Blakeney

More Norfolk Info: Norfolk Map - Norfolk Weather

Nearby Norfolk Places: Morston - Norwich - Fakenham - Hunstanton - Wells Next the Sea - North Walsham - Cromer - Sheringham - Weybourne

Norfolk Attractions: Felbrigg Hall

Area Weather: Norwich - Cromer

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