Birding sites Suffolk

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Alton Water
Alton Water
The largest manmade reservoir in Suffolk. Excellent winter site for grebes and divers.There are also regular sightings of passage Black Tern ....
Boyton and Hollesley Marshes
Boyton and Hollesley Marshes
Boyton and Hollesley Marshes are two coastal reserves in the lower reaches of the Alde-Ore Estuary.Both are coastal grazing marshes with shallow pools and flood during the winter. They are important for a variety of breeding wading birds and wintering ducks and geese...
Benacre NNR
Benacre NNR
Benacre NNR is on the Suffolk coast. It includes the reedbeds and lagoons of Benacre, Covehithe and Easton Broads.....
Breckland (Suffolk / Norfolk)
Breckland (Suffolk / Norfolk)
An outstanding and unique area bridging both suffolk and Norfolk which is home to some of Britain's rarest breeding birds.Woodlark, Goshawk, Stone Curlew.This guide pinpoints the main areas...
Bradfield Woods
Bradfield Woods
The woods support a range of woodland birds, including a substantial breeding population of nightingales.Other notable animal species include the dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius.....
Barnby Broad and Marshes
Barnby Broad and Marshes
The site consists of a mixture of grazing marsh, carr woodland, fen and open water habitats stretching from the edge of the villages of Barnby and North Cove northwards across flood plains to the river....
Dingle Marshes
Dingle Marshes
Dingle Marshes is a wildlife reserve on the North Sea coast of the English county of Suffolk. The reserve is located between Dunwich and Walberswick, approximately 4 miles (6.4 km) south-west of Southwold....
Havergate Island
Havergate Island
To reach this special location, you need to catch a boat from Orford quay. Once on the island, in spring, you'll enjoy the sight and sound of Havergate's breeding avocets and terns.....
Lackford Lakes
Lackford Lakes
Created through sand and gravel extraction in the valley of the River Lark, the nature reserve was established in 2000 when the gravel works closed. ....
Landguard Bird observatory
Landguard Bird observatory
Landguard is probably most famous for a succession of rarities recorded here and as a breeding site for black redstart.....
North Warren RSPB
North Warren RSPB
North Warren RSPB reserve is run by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) in Suffolk, England. It lies on the Suffolk coast on the north edge of the town of Aldeburgh and to the south of Thorpeness....
Minsmere RSPB reserve
Minsmere RSPB reserve
Lying on the Suffolk coast between Dunwich in the north and the Sizewell nuclear power station to the south, Minsmere is one of the RSPB's finest reserves. Covering an area of around 2500 acres, it is a delight at any time of the year......
Orford Ness NT
Orford Ness NT
Orford Ness is an extremely important breeding area for Little Tern (Sterna albifrons) especially for the East Suffolk colonies, where there are normally between...
Dunwich heath National Trust
Dunwich heath National Trust
Managed by the National trust, Dunwich heath has an exciting range of heathland species including Dartford Warbler.The skies above the heath are patrolled by Hobby looking to take advantage of the thousands of sand martins.....
Snape Warren RSPB Reserve
Snape Warren RSPB Reserve
The RSPB are clearing birch, pine and gorse scrub to recreate rare Suffolk Sandlings heathland, with the help of sheep and Exmoor ponies. The heathland is a blaze of purple in summer and is home to rare wildlife such as Dartford warblers, woodlarks and adders...
Walberswick NNR
Walberswick NNR
The reserrve's Westwood Marsh is probably the largest single block of freshwater reedbed in Britain and extends inland for round two and a half miles.It was reclaimed for grazing in the 18th century....
Westleton Heath NNR
Westleton Heath NNR
Westleton Heath is located in an area known as the Sandlings. The site is a National Nature Reserve (NNR) and is a large, open expanse that is predominantly heather.....
West Stow Country Park
West Stow Country Park
The 125 acre park (SSSI) and heathland nature reserve surrounding it is rich in wildlife and excellent for bird-watching, with a nature trails, woods,and Lackford Lakes, lying beside the River Lark and created from former gravel pits.

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