Ogston Reservoir

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There have been 200 species of birds recorded at Ogston including Wilson's phalarope, Sabine's gull and long-tailed skua.
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Ogston Reservoir is situated in beautiful Derbyshire countryside between the low-lying hills of the Amber Valley near the villages of Brackenfield, Ashover and Clay Cross.Ogston Reservoir was originally created to supply the National Coal Board's Carbonisation Plant at Wingerworth but is now run by Severn Trent Water and supplies water for the local area and is used as a holding ground for water for nearby Carsington Reservoir. It has an area of 220 acres of open water, holds 1300 million gallons of water and gets its water from the River Amber.
There have been over 200 species of birds recorded at Ogston including Wilson's phalarope, Sabine's gull pictured, and long-tailed skua. There are two observation hides used by local bird watchers. Click here for the latest bird sightings.....

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