Exe Estuary

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godwit and lapwing on the Exe Estuary.Mark Robinson
Exe Estuary

Exe Estuary

This reserve has two separate areas of coastal grazing marsh on opposite sides of the estuary – Exminster Marshes and Bowling Green Marsh. In spring, look for breeding lapwings and redshanks.

In winter, during floods and at high tide, you can see thousands of ducks and geese and wading birds roosting and feeding, such as curlews, lapwings, black-tailed godwits and wigeons.

Hundreds of avocets can also be seen on the estuary in winter.Picture; Lip Kee


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Exe Estuary Boat TripsExe Estuary Boat Trips
Ideal for those interested in feathered friends! These cruises include a full commentary from leading ornithologist Rod Lawrence. The vessel has inside and outside seating with bar and toilets on board. Advanced booking is essential on all of these cruises as they are very popular.
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