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Blakeney Point, Norfolk

Francis Wall Oliver

Blakeney Point, Norfolk

topography and vegetation

by Francis Wall Oliver

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Published by [s.n.] in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plant ecology -- England -- Norfolk.,
  • Landscape -- England -- Norfolk.,
  • Blakeney Point Nature Reserve (England)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesTransactions of the Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists" Society., Topography and vegetation of Blakeney Point, Norfolk.
    StatementF. W. Oliver and E. J. Salisbury.
    ContributionsSalisbury, Edward James, Sir, 1886-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination58p., 5 leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages58
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18898028M

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    2 Point View is a deceptively spacious high-end cottage in a wonderful location in Blakeney, North Norfolk. Comfortably sleeping six this property is furnished to a very high standard, concealing a stylish interior behind its brick and flint façade and offers luxurious accommodation over three floors. Constructive or Destructive? After looking at the diagram, do you think the area of Blakeney Point is a constructive coast line or a destructive coast line? Give reasons for your answer. Blakeney Point, Norfolk Case Study.

    Managed by the National Trust since and within the North Norfolk Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Blakeney Point is a 4-mile spit of flint-derived shingle and sand dunes, created by longshore drift across the River Glaven - an ideal environment for seals and bird life. Blakeney Point Seal Trips to the Seals and Birds with Beans Boats, daily from Morston Quay. Tel to book.


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Great walks; Plenty of walking all along the Norfolk coast, over sandy beaches, salt marshes and cliffs. Hotel boats for hire; The hotel organises seal spotting trips by boat out to Blakeney Point. Cycling; This is excellent Norfolk book for exploring on.

Norfolk's Iconic Landmark Blakeney Point, a 3 mile sand and shingle spit, is right at the top of the North Norfolk Coast and if visiting Norfolk, or if you live in Norfolk, and you haven’t visited the spit, then you’re missing a real treasure.

At the heart of the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Blakeney National Nature Reserve boasts wide open spaces and uninterrupted views of the beautiful North Norfolk coastline. The four mile long shingle spit of Blakeney Point offers protection for Blakeney Harbour and the surrounding saltmarshes, providing a perfect habitat for the vast array of residential and migratory on: Morston Quay, NR25 7BH, Norfolk.

Blakeney Point is home to England's largest Grey Seal colony and many summer breeding birds. The best way to get close and personal to the wildlife on Blakeney Point, is to book a trip on one of the locally operated ferry trips departing from Morston Quay. Plan your seal trip Book in advance and arrive early.

Blakeney Point is a perfect breeding site for grey seals and their pups, born during November to early January, and is the largest seal colony in England with over 2, seal pups born annually. The Point is created by a longshore drift across the River Glaven and is.

Blakeney, Norfolk Blakeney National Nature Reserve is an internationally important nature reserve bequest to the National Trust in The area is home to a varied range of flora and fauna with Blakeney Point home to a breeding seal and tern colony.

Blakeney has been described as ‘the Chelsea of North Norfolk’ – ideal for those interested in sailing, walking, bird-watching, cycling and golf. It is famous for its narrow winding streets and traditional brick and flint cottages and houses. Blakeney Point is located close to the North Norfolk villages of Blakeney, Morston and Cley-next-the-Sea and is a beautiful and idyllic part of the county.

It is home to England’s largest Grey Seal colony and an array of summer breeding birds and is popular with birdwatchers and nature lovers. Blakeney Haven was a deeper inlet on the north coast of Norfolk into which the River Glaven flowed.

Sheltered behind Blakeney Point, it was a major shipping area in the Middle Ages, with relatively important North Norfolk ports at Wiveton, Cley next the Sea and Blakeney itself. Cley and Wiveton silted up in the 17th century, but Blakeney prospered, especially after the channel to the Haven was OS grid reference: TG Cover title: Topography and vegetation of Blakeney Point, Norfolk.

"Reprinted from the Transactions of the Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists' Society, Vol. IX, pt. 4, p." Subjects. This book attempts to bring together for the first time a complete account of Blakeney Point's long history of birds.

It includes a description of its topography and wider natural history, a history of its ornithology, an account of migration and the influence of weather through the year, an overview of its breeding birds, tales of some `great.

An Introduction to Blakeney The lovely coastal village of Blakeney is one of the most enchanting on the North Norfolk Coast and is one of our favourites. Blakeney started life as a busy medieval commercial port until the estuary began to silt up preventing all but pleasure craft from gaining access.

Blakeney Hotel, The Quay, Blakeney, Nr. Holt, Norfolk NR25 7NE Tel: +44 (0) Fax: +44 (0) VAT No Whilst every effort was made to ensure that the information contained on this website is correct the publishers cannot be held responsible for any changes (ie prices/opening times) made by the Blakeney Hotel.

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A designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), the Norfolk Coast is km2 of unspoilt paradise where visitors feel at one with nature.

Blakeney Point, Norfolk: topography and vegetation / By. Oliver, F. (Francis Wall), Salisbury, Edward James, Sir, Cited by: 1. Blakeney Point, Norfolk: Topography and Vegetation: Oliver, F W: Books - or: F W Oliver.Domesday Book: Norfolk (Chichester, Phillimore) Hooton, J. The Glaven Ports: A Maritime History of Blakeney, Cley and Wiveton in North Norfolk (Blakeney History Group) Mills, A.D., Dictionary of English Place-Names (Oxford, Oxford University Press) Norfolk Federation of .Located in the small seaside village of Blakeney in Norfolk, accomodation is offered in our self contained annex which boasts a private entrance just for you and ample off-street parking for your car and boat.

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