Had a trip to Pensthorpe Nature Reserve, Norfolk last Monday (26th) with two friends. Set off from home at 0715 and got there at 0930-ish. As it doesn't open until 10am, we had brekkies at the Morrison's near Fakenham. Jolly good it was too.
Entrance fee to the reserve is £9, which I thought was a bit steep; hosting the 2008 BBC Spring Watch may have something to do with this. But, having been round the joint, I suppose it was worth it, because it is indeed a good place. There is certainly lots to see. Species seen include:-
Black-bellied Whistling Duck
Lady Amherst's Pheasant
Northern Bald Ibis