It is quite a big place, plenty of walks, bird hides etc, along with wildfowl from around the world. I took a lot of photo's, as you do, some quite close, some not so close. So as sample I have posted a few of them.I did look for Common Cranes in the fields on the way there in some of the usual areas where I have seen them before, but to no avail. It was a bit like looking for a Bittern in a reed bed. For a big bird they are not easy to find, but we didi actually see 4 in one of the fields at the back of the reserve, near one of the scrapes.Some of the following photo's was taken with the light in front of me as it wasn't always possible to shoot with the sun behind me.
White Naped Crane.
Red Breasted Goose.
Red Breasted Merganser.
Rosy Billed Pochard.
Southern Black Bellied Whistling Duck.
There is 2 extra photo's here, one is of the sun and clouds, and the other is a fungi which I have yet to look up it's name.
I now know the fungi below to be called a Birch Polypore-Piptoporus betulinus. With thanks to Greenie and his knowledge
I could have added others but It was difficult to decide which ones to pick.
Also while in Norfolk I saw many different skeins of Pink Footed Geese arriving in numbers of anything from 50 to a few hundred.