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All reviews ham white egrets marsh harrier reed beds bird watching rspb members car park great place to watch lovely reserve road signs different species somerset levels bird life fantastic site non members walking trails rspb site
I have never seen such numbers of Red Admirals and other butterflies. Great views of Great and Little Egrets and Grey Herons. Marsh Harrier gliding over the marsh was also a wonderful site. We hope to visit again.
First time visit. RSPB Ham Wall part of the “Somerset Levels” reserves (about 5 in all managed by RSPB, Somerset Wildlife Trust, etc). Good parking, limited facilities (but you can get a coffee and visit loo). Lovely walks and best of all very good bird...More
After having had a meal in nearby Glastonbury, my wife and I decided to visit Ham Wall. Slightly disappointed with the lack of wildlife there - perhaps we chose the wrong time of day to go. Saw a little egret + the usual array of...More
Ham wall is a regular haunt of ours; the tranquil Somerset levels are a great place to watch wildlife and it is renowned for its Starling murmurations. Anyway we went for a walk around on Sunday and picked blackberries for crumbles and blackberry port, and...More
RSPB reserve about 10 min drive from Glastonbury or Street. Free to park if you are an RSPB member. Toilets in carpark and small visitor centre which may not always be open, no cafe as,such. Lots of,flat paths but some walks along canal bank and...More