North Warren

North Warren

North Warren
If you love to walk on the wild side, we've got the perfect place for you. Escape the crowds on a journey of natural discovery at RSPB North Warren, where wigeons whistle or whitethroats warble, dragonflies dart and butterflies flutter by. Share your
Latest blog posts
  • A wild goose chase with a difference

    Suffolk birdwatchers have been led on a wild goose chase this week, with North Warren very much to the fore as usual. But this one was different, as it was possible to follow the movements of the said goose without even visiting the reserve! News...
  • Birdwatching made easier

    Firstly an apology for not posting any news about North Warren for nearly a year. It's not that nothing's been happening on the reserve. Far from it as you'll see. But for one reason or another I've not been down to the reserve so far...
  • Starlings are roosting

    After weeks of trying to locate a sizable starling flock on the Suffolk coast this autumn, we have finally tracked them down to the North Warren reedbed. Between 6000 and 8000 starlings were putting on an impressive display last night before settling...
  • A berry good autumn

    Blog by Annette, North Warren Warden It’s turning out to be a good autumn for birds on the reserve. The rowan trees at Aldringham Walks are weighed down with red berries which have proved to be a real attraction for various thrush species. At...
  • Spring is finally here!

    Spring has arrived at North Warren! Over the past week the reserve has come alive with birdsong as the weather has improved and the migrant birds have returned to their breeding grounds. During a routine walk around the grazing marsh this morning chiff...
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