OK, so you do need to like nature and wildlife to make the most of your time here.. But today we saw Konik's ponies, Marsh Harriers, a bittern, ruff, garganey, blackcaps, marsh frogs, green sandpipers, snipe, skylarks, marsh warbler, tree creepers, woodpeckers and long tailed birdtits ( won't lety you use the right name) along with large flocks of great birdtits. It was a glorious sunny day and we spent six hours here dividing our time between three hides. The walk length was about three miles. Where else could you get so much for free? We live in a glorious country and all you need is open eyes, open ears, binoculars and a bird book. No dogs and wheelchairs would be possible but quite heavy going.
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