Horsey Gap which is located in Norfolk county in North East of England, is home to the largest colonies of grey seals. From November to the end of January, the beach is crowded with seals and their new born pups. Grey seals can move at a speed of 35km/hr in water and 2km/hr on land.
Blakeney Point is a nature reserve in Blakeney village in the county of Norfolk. During the summer, many common seals assemble at Blakeney Point to give birth to seal pups. I had planned this trip a few months back and decided to visit in July. At the Blakeney Point, there are not only common seals but also Grey Seals and various seabirds such as Sandwich Terns and Oyster Catchers.