Marshside RSPB Reserve (England) Reviews
Description:There's something for everyone all year round at this delightful coastal reserve. In the spring you can see brown hares ... more
Newest Review: ... waters of the Irish Sea. The exposed sands are very rich in food and are a haven for wading birds, particularly in the winter. The saltmarsh is also a very special habitat and one that's getting rarer in Britain. Finches, ducks, and geese all feed on the abundant plants and seeds in this green carpet on the shore. Across the road is the main reserve. This is a huge area of flooded ... more
Customer Marshside RSPB Reserve (England) Reviews (1)
by - written on 24/11/09 (Very useful, 149 readings)
Just to the north of the busy seaside town of Southport is a small RSPB reserve that, although sandwiched between the coast road and a housing estate, is an oasis of calm and a great place to see some of the special birds that breed and winter on the edge of the Ribble estuary. Marshside RSPB is easy to find, only one mile up the coast road from Southport town centre. The reserve is signposted from the road; the car park is on the left if coming from the direction of Southport. Apart from the car park which is free, there are few facilities at the reserve. There are toilets, including disabled toilets, two bird hides (one of which is glazed and ... Read the complete review
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