RSPB Titchwell Marsh is one of the country's premier reserves and has welcomed millions of visitors since it was purchased in 1973. It is fitting that this video helps celebrate Titchwell's 40th anniversary as well as the dynamic collection of birds and wildlife which can be seen on the reserve throughout the year. Nature is having a tough time throughout the UK as the latest 'State of Nature' report clearly shows. We can all help by 'doing our bit' and supporting wildlife in our own gardens and the UK's wildlife organisations generally. RSPB Titchwell Marsh is moving with the times, but more importantly, it continues to give nature a home for future generations to enjoy. This video shows the birdwatching year at Titchwell -beginning in January and moving through spring, summer and autumn to the close of the year. A wide range of species are featured and include exciting birds like Bittern, Marsh Harrier, Bearded Tit, 24 species of waders and 10 species of warblers. An added bonus is the inclusion of various mammals, butterflies and dragonflies.