Gwen Finch Wetland

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Gwen Finch Wetland

Gwen Finch Wetland

Created in 2001 from former arable fields, The Gwen Finch Wetland Reserve lies in a loop of the river Avon, near the village of Birlingham.
The 20 hectare reserve consists of wet woodland, four scrapes, reedbeds and wet grassland.It has become an important site for wetland birds, waders such as redshank and lapwing along with reedbeed specialities such as water rail, reed bunting and both sedge and reed warblers pictured.
It is also an important site for otter, insects particularly dragonflies including the locally scarce club-tailed dragonfly. Scrapes and wetland shallows attract migrating waders including green sandpiper.



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