We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
This has got to be the most tranquil nature experience in Weymouth. Located opposite the beach easterly end of Weymouth beach, this reserve spans several acres and is visited by an extensive range of birds and wildlife.The water ways and reed beds attract species from...More
This is a wetland reserve on the edge of the town. It is very popular with dog walkers so watch your step! There are no facilities such as toilets or a visitor centre, although there are at Radipole RSPB Reserve, nearby. At this time of...More
Had yet another walk around this site again this holiday. And another 1st with the least sandpiper, and then some good finds included bearded tits, Kingfishers, great white egret, the only downside to the reserve is that dog walkers leave alot of poo behind on...More
We had a nice long walk through the Lodmoor Bird Reserve today, stopping to watch the birds along the way. It looked like we saw a young snow goose there today. We saw coots, moorhens, geese, little grebes, tufted ducks, teal, little egrets and great...More
We were walking through this reserve and saw the most incredible birds of prey hunting and flying in to the reed beds. Identified them as Marsh Harriers visiting for the summer. Absolutely stunning site to see with the backdrop of Weymouth bay. We stayed and...More
After a walk at a nearby country Park, we came here for a longer walk. Hoping to see birds and other wildlife, we were not disappointed. Ducks, swans and herons on the wetlands were easily seen, with rabbits and moles/voles in the undergrowth and butterflies...More