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Abberton Reservoir
Abberton Reservoir
The 1200 acre Abberton Reservoir near Colchester (Essex) is one of Europe’s most renowned wetland sites. It is of international importance as a safe haven for wild duck, swans and other water birds.....
Abbotts Hall Farm
Abbotts Hall Farm
Abbotts Hall Farm is a 282 hectare nature reserve in Great Wigborough in Essex. It is the head office of the Essex Wildlife Trust, which manages the site. It is also part of the Blackwater Estuary National Nature Reserve....
Aubrey Buxton Nature Reserve
Aubrey Buxton Nature Reserve
Aubrey Buxton Nature Reserve is a 9.7 hectare nature reserve west of Elsenham in Essex. It was donated to the Essex Wildlife Trust by Aubrey Buxton and his wife in 1976.....
Blue House Farm
Blue House Farm
Blue House Farm is a 242.8 hectare nature reserve and farm in North Fambridge, on the north bank of the River Crouch between Burnham-on-Crouch and South Woodham Ferrers in Essex....
RSPB Bowers Marsh
RSPB Bowers Marsh
An extensive area of This grazing marsh owned and managed as a RSPB reserve located west of the A130 at South Benfleet Essex.The society has installed some 4 miles (6 km) of nature trails to explore on foot....
Bradwell Shell Bank Nature Reserve
Bradwell Shell Bank Nature Reserve
Little Terns, Ringed Plovers and Oystercatchers breed on the shellbanks and the saltings support a wide variety of species including Redshank, Yellow Wagtail, Meadow Pipit, Reed Bunting and Linnet.....
Canvey Wick Nature Reserve
Canvey Wick Nature Reserve
In the 1960’s, this 93 hectare site, was due to be commissioned as an oil refinery but due to various reasons it didn't go ahead. As a result the site was abandoned and nature took over creating a home for lots of different wildlife....
Fingringhoe Wick
Fingringhoe Wick
Set in a spectacular position overlooking the Colne Estuary, Fingringhoe Wick was Essex Wildlife Trust's first nature reserve created in 1961.The visitor centre with tower hide affords....
Hamford Water
Hamford Water
Hamford Water is described by Natural England as "of international importance for breeding little terns and wintering dark-bellied brent geese, wildfowl and waders.....
Hanningfield Reservoir
Hanningfield Reservoir
Hanningfield Reservoir is a 402.9 hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest between Billericay and Chelmsford in Essex. It is owned by Essex and Suffolk Water and run by them in conjunction with the Essex Wildlife Trust.....
Old Hall Marshes RSPB Reserve
Old Hall Marshes RSPB Reserve
Old Hall Marshes are part of the Blackwater Estuary RSPB reserve. The site is part of the Blackwater Flats and Marshes, and is also a Wetland of International Importance under the Ramsar convention....
RSPB South-Essex Marshes - West Canvey Marsh
RSPB South-Essex Marshes - West Canvey Marsh
West Canvey Marsh is the largest single area of green space on Canvey Island. This wonderful wetland reserve includes nearly two miles (3 km) of new nature trails, three viewing points, a picnic area and children's adventure area....
RSPB Stour Estuary
RSPB Stour Estuary
You can see all of the area’s wintering bird species roosting on the saltmarsh at Deep Fleet, or feeding in the vast mudflats of Copperas Bay. Breeding nightingale are a delight in spring...
Ray Island Nature Reserve
Ray Island Nature Reserve
Ray Island has a shingly foreshore/beach area on the northern side, with a sizeable freshwater pond nearby, and extensive areas of rough grassland. On higher grounds, there are Blackthorn thickets and some old Hawthorns....
RSPB Vange Marshes
RSPB Vange Marshes
In summer, scarce emerald damselflies buzz around the reserve and the diamond patterned coats of adders can be glimpsed slithering through the long grass......
RSPB Wallasea Island
RSPB Wallasea Island
Wallasea Island is bounded to the north by the River Crouch, to the south east by the River Roach, and to the west by Paglesham Pool and the narrow Paglesham Creek.Much of the island is farmland, and wheat is the main crop....
Thurrock Thameside Nature Park
Thurrock Thameside Nature Park
The Nature Park is important for many species including Barn Owls, Short Eared Owls, Water Voles, Harvest Mouse, Skylark, Cuckoo and Shrill Carder Bee.....
Wat Tyler Country Park
Wat Tyler Country Park
Wat Tyler Country Park consists of 125 acres of parkland set in the heart of the south Essex marshes and a SSI (Site of Special Scientific interest).The park lies 2 miles east of Basildon.....
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Where to watch Birds in East AngliaWhere to watch Birds in East Anglia
East Anglia is one of the best birding regions in England. With its extensive areas of nationally scarce habitat such as the fens, reedbeds, undisturbed beaches and Breckland heath, it can be the only place to see several of England's most exciting birds. This is a guide to where to go in East Anglia to see many different species. It contains site accounts, plans, maps, lists of birds in the region and advice on planning birdwatching trips. This fourth edition is revised and updated.
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English Nature NNR's in Essex
Blackwater Estuary, Colne Estuary , Hales Wood, Hamford Water, Hatfield Forest, and Leigh National nature reserves. Click here for further details....
English Nature NNR's in Essex

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