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Tony T said:Cheers Mike, yes it is an Adder, lucky, right time, right place. If you went to Titchwell I assume you walked down to the beach, we usually see the Turnstones around the old gun emplacement and rocks near there at low tide.
Yes I did walk down to the beach. I had a look at the map and decided that the beach path would cover part of the marsh land. The turnstones were on both the salt water pools, one as you say has the gun emplacements each end.
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