Point of Ayr RSPB Nature Reserve (England) Reviews
Description:The point of Ayr (or Air) itself is a renowned high tide roost with superb views of Pintail, Oystercatchers, Knot, ... more
Point of Ayr RSPB Nature Reserve (England) ... Dunlin, Redshank, Curlew and Ringed Plover. In the Spring and Autumn migrating birds swell the ranks including both Black and Bar-tailed Godwits. An RSPB hide overlooks the best area.
Newest Review: ... to the 'Warren' and right takes you to the RSPB observation point. The Warren is an area of sand dunes, interspersed with grassland and scrub. This is a great place to explore as the sand dunes restrict visibility and create paths between the sand hills. Small pools are dotted around the area and in spring and summer the grassland is a riot of colour with some spectacular flowers. The ... more
Customer Point of Ayr RSPB Nature Reserve (England) Reviews (1)
by - written on 07/11/09 (Very useful, 198 readings)
Point of Ayr is the most northernmost point of mainland Wales and is situated at the mouth of the Dee Estuary. The site is managed as a nature reserve by the RSPB and forms part of the Gronant and Talacre Dunes Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). Despite the conservation classifications, this is one of the most popular beaches in North Wales. Conveniently located within an hour's drive of Chester and the Wirral, it receives plenty of visitors, whatever the weather. The beach is easy to find; follow the A548 'coast road' from Chester. The beach is signposted from the A road at the roundabout just after the village of Tanlan. There ... Read the complete review
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