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Well! we found this out of the way little gem of a site!. Well worth the effort. We were greeted by the volunteer on site warmly and with knowledge of what it was possible to see there. The viewing hides are very nice and close...More
Not the easiest access through Goole and then a few miles on but well worth it when I arrived. Small reception area with few facilities e.g. tea/coffee and biscuits but very helpful staff member. One can go left or right along the tracks to the...More
We visited Sunday opening annual day, totally fantastic place, very friendly staff and really really helpful. We saw Marsh Harriers about every 5 minutes, Spoonbill, Avocet and the last chick, Fox, Kestrel and a Deer and a hawkmoth! Loved every minute
We visited today after several previous visits . Unfortunately we came across one of the rudest , obnoxious staff members I have ever met in all my years as a RSPB member . I certainly won't be returning here again. Even when making our coffee...More
We really enjoyed it here, the staff are great. Walking between the bird hides you get a good long stroll, in an area that is very beautiful. If feels very peaceful and away from everything that is busy and noisy. The member of staff here...More
Visited midweek, v busy, muddy car park but all other paths solid, visitor centre only open at weekends in winter, v good hides all overlooking scrapes, not many birds seen until 1 hr before dusk when we saw 5 marsh harriers and a curlew sandpiper....More