Birding sites in Hertfordshire

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Amwell Quarry Nature reserve
Amwell Quarry Nature reserve
Amwell Quarry Nature Reserve is owned by St. Albans Sand and Gravel Company Ltd. There is currently no public access into the Reserve or quarry, however there are excellent views of the birds from the boundaries....
Cassiobury Park Nature Reserve
Cassiobury Park Nature Reserve
The land to the west of the River Gade in the park is a designated Local Nature Reserve managed by Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust.The nature reserve contains “parkland, scrubland, neutral and semi-improved grassland....

Kings Meads
Kings Meads
Kings Meads is the largest remaining grazed riverside flood meadows in Hertfordshire. It is managed by the Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust, and with an area of 96 hectares it is the largest of the Trust's reserves...
Lemsford Springs Nature Reserve
Lemsford Springs Nature Reserve
There are two bird hides, and birds which can be seen include water rails, snipe and green sandpipers (one of the best sites in Hertfordshire. .....
Maple Lodge Nature Reserve
Maple Lodge Nature Reserve
Maple Lodge Nature Reserve is 40 acres of mixed habitat based around disused gravel workings. It is owned by Thames Water Utilities who lease it to the volunteer members...
Rye Meads
Rye Meads
Rye House Marsh, managed by the R.S.P.B. through a lease with Thames Water, forms a major part of the Site of Special Scientific Interest (S.S.S.I.) at Rye Meads.....
Tring Reservoirs
Tring Reservoirs
Tring Reservoirs is a group of four reservoirs forming a 106.5-hectare (263-acre) biological Site of Special Scientific Interest, and are managed by the Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust.Together they form one of the best birding sites in Southern England...
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The Breeding Birds of HertfordshireThe Breeding Birds of Hertfordshire
K. W. Smith,C W Dee. J D Fearnside, E W Fletcher & R N Smith. This book is a landmark in Hertfordshire ornithology. It describes the distributions of breeding birds in the county and compares them with similar data collected 20 years ago. It is the result of over 7600 hours fieldwork by 250 local birdwatchers and it reveals the extent of the changes that have occurred in our breeding birds ,often un-noticed by even the most ardent birdwatcher. Each species is featured on a double page spread with two maps, giving the distributions in 1967-73 and 1988-92,accompanied by text describing the species and the reasons for any changes and a specially commissioned line drawing by a local artist. In addition a further 25 rare, extinct or colonising species are featured.Hardback;316pp.1993.line drawings, maps.
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Hertfordshire Wildlife Trust Reserves
The Hertfordshire and Middlesex Wildlife Trust is a registered charity and was established in 1964. The Trust manage forty-five nature reserves in Hertfordshire.Click here for links to all 45 reserves.....
Hertfordshire Wildlife Trust Reserves

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