Places to see birds

Deeside Naturalists' Society

Snipe perched on fence post
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Where: The Reserve is situated on a strip of land approximately one mile long on the south side of the Dee estuary just inside the Welsh border by Connahs Quay power station. Kelsterton Road, Flint CH6 5SJ

Star species: Twite, kingfisher, greenshank, snipe and many other wading birds

There are five hides with one having two storeys and is reckoned, by many members, to be the coldest place in the area - regardless of the time of year!

The Reserve has an abundance of wildlife and during a recent survey, seventeen different species of butterflies were identified. Over the years annual recording reports have shown a wide range of birds continuously visit the estuary and the surrounding salt marshes.

Opening times
Open at all times

Entrance charges
To gain access to this locked site, you have to join DNS.
£14.00 Family*
£12.00 Family* (at least one member over 60)
£12.00 Single (under 60)
£10.00 Single (over 60)
£3.00 Student/Junior (under 18)

Plus Key deposit £10.00
*Family Membership is defined as, two adults living at the same address and their children up to the age of eighteen years.

Read more at http://www.deenats.org.uk/index.html

Last updated: 16 August 2020