Places to see birds

Industrial past - now a rural haven More...

Chard Reservoir

One of my favourite local sights & only 3 miles from home! More...

A haven close to the town centre More...

Avocet wading in water

Bridgwater Bay National Nature Reserve is part of the Severn estuary and includes the mouth of the River Parrett which meanders through the heart of the Somerset Levels  More...

Drake teal profile

Formerly arable land, Catcott Lows is one of the lowest points in the Brue valley More...

Reed warbler singing in reedbed

Shapwick Heath is a major wetland nature reserve (400ha) of the Somerset Levels and Moors. More...

Adult twite perched on branch in heather moorland

Internationally famous as a haven for birdwatchers More...

Male snipe singing in the rain

Greylake is a 247 acre (100 Ha) area of peaty low-lying land within the Somerset Levels and Moors. More...

Bittern feeding in reedbeds

Ham Wall, is a wetland of over 200 hectares, is one of three RSPB reserves in the Somerset Levels. More...

Whooper & Bewick's swans feeding in ploughed field

This reserve is part of the Somerset Levels and Moors and includes Swell Wood, an ancient deciduous wood on the southern edge. More...