Wildlife Spotting and Birding

T Sexton

© T Sexton

The Sand Martin Hide

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The newest editon to our Reserve behind the Nature Centre offers amazing views of the artifical sand martin bank that it is set into, as well as views accross the open water to the Osprey platform and island scrapes.The windows in this hide do not open to prevent disturbance to the nesting sand martins, the views are fantastic and offe a new vista.

Kingfisher Hide

This hide on Bartin Lane has great views over open water towards reed beds. It also features a bird feeding station giving great views of a variety of song birds. If you are lucky you may see kingfisher perched nearby.

Tower Hide

Situated on Wet Marsh path this panoramic hide offers 360° view of the surrounding landscape. One side the hide bed provides great views of over-wintering bittern on the other side, sevral species of warblers can be seen in the grassland and bramble. A ridge and furrow grassland system provides great wader habitat.

Delta Hide

Over looking the Delta, this hide is a 20 minute walk from the Nature Centre and was specifically designed to provide bat roosts. It also offers great views for bird watchers. Make sure you register for the access code in the Nature Centre before you walk to this hide.