In summer the RSPB Reserve at Titchwell Marsh, on the beautiful north Norfolk coast, teems with life and interest throughout its diverse habitats.
The brackish lagoon is colonised by elegant breeding avocets, later welcoming returning post-breeding waders, on passage to their over-wintering grounds.
Marsh harriers hunt over the saltmarsh, now a vibrant purple tapestry of sea lavender and thrift.
Family parties of bearded tits and breeding reed and sedge warblers grace the reed beds.
Dragonflies skim over the flora-rich 'Meadow Trail' and a score of colourful butterfly species are recorded around the nature reserve.
These topics, plus many more, are captured in this delightful 50 minute DVD, highlighting RSPB Titchwell Marsh at this glorious season of the year.
Filmed and edited by Malcolm Rymer. This film is part of a quartet which includes RSPB Titchwell Marsh: A Reserve for all Seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter.