Places to see birds

Writtle College

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A permit is required to enter this remote peninsula RSPB reserve at the mouth of the Blackwater Estuary. There are extensive grazing marshes with freshwater fleets, reedbeds and saltings.  More...

There is a reserve at the south eastern end of the reservoir which is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest because of its large number of wildfowl. Gadwell, Tufted Duck and Poch More...

Abberton Reservoir is one of the most important reservoirs in Britain for ducks such as Teal, Gadwell, Tufted Duck, Ruddy Duck, Pochard, Goldeneye, Shoveler and Wigeon. In the summer Common More...

Fingringhoe Wick is on the west shore of the Colne Estuary and is one of the best spots in the UK for Nightingales. The reserve was created out of disused gravel workings and has a large ra More...

A large range of bird species can be seen in the Lee Valley Park particularly in winter. The area includes extensive areas of open water, scrub, marsh and farmland. In winter it is one of  More...

An area of woodland backing onto the Stour Estuary. The Stour Estuary is one of the most important estuaries in Britain for wading birds with internationally important numbers of Grey Plove More...

The Tollesbury Wick Marshes reserve is a 600 acre area of coastal grazing marsh, saltmarsh, pools, sea walls and borrowdykes. Brent Geese, Wigeon, Short-eared Owls and Skylark are typical b More...

The bushes on the Naze cliff-tops are noted for migrants such as Pied Flycatchers, Redstarts and Wheatears and have also attracted a number of rarities over the years.
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