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ID Date Time Day of week Affiliation Location Disturbance code Disturbance type Disturbance other Comment Estimated height
1 30/06/2019 12:00:00 Sunday RSPB Titchwell 2 Water Sports Disturbance issues reported by a visitor: 1] 1 motor boat anchored up at Brancaster Creek entrance and the 8 occupants having a BBQ on RSPB land in the small dunes. Children swimming and paddleboarding in the creek causing moderate disturbance to seals. 2] 2 Teenagers and a dog swimming back and forth across the Seal creek from Brancaster side to Titchwell side and back causing disturbance to seals. 3] A Speedboat up Titchwell Creek as far as navigable with 3 on board, and exploring every side creek of it, distressing the Seals many of which had new pups, and flushing nesting Marsh Harriers etc.

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North Norfolk Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Promoting an understanding and appreciation of North Norfolk's natural beauty and the importance of local sustainable development. Image credit, C. Knights More

RAMSAR Wetlands sites

Gibraltar Point, The Wash and North Norfolk have been designated RAMSAR sites to protect their wetlands and associated resources. Image Credit, S. Bosley. More

Sites of Special Scientific Interest

Gibraltar Point, The Wash and North Norfolk have been designated SSSI's in recognition of their important ecological and geological value to the UK. Image credit, C. Knights More

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Gibraltar Point, The Wash, Titchwell, Holme , Holkham, Cley and Blakeney coasts have all been designated NNR's to protect their habitats, species and geology. More

Cromer Shoal Marine Conservation Zone

Chalk beds are home to a beautiful diversity of sea-life such as sponges, algae, crabs and herring and are protected at Cromer, Norfolk. Image credit, Rob Spray and Dawn Watson. More

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