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Marshside RSPB Bird Watching

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This coastal nature reserve offers something special throughout the year, catering to all interests.

In spring, witness the captivating sight of brown hares engaging in their lively boxing matches across the fields. As early summer arrives, nesting birds like avocets and lapwings grace the landscape. Winter unveils a spectacle as the skies fill with visiting waterfowl such as pink-footed geese and wigeons, accompanied by mesmerizing displays of birds of prey soaring over the marshes.

For enthusiasts, we provide two hides, a viewing platform, and three viewing screens to observe nature's wonders up close. New to birdwatching? Our friendly welcome volunteers at the Sandgrounders' hide are there to assist you, or you can explore our website to discover upcoming events and guided walks.

Attention to dog owners: Dogs on leads are welcome on our reserve trails, but we kindly request that they remain outside the hides. Feel free to contact the reserve for more information on this.

As part of the RSPB, we advocate for the protection of birds and wildlife, addressing the challenges that jeopardize our environment. Our work is sustained by memberships and donations, crucial to preserving the marvels of nature. Nature is indeed extraordinary—join us in preserving its wonder for generations to come.

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