A huge amount of effort has gone into this attraction which is now rightly viewed as one of the jewels in Weymouth's crown.
For a start several long footpaths are all wheelchair accessible and clearly signposted so people using them can find their way easily to various hides.
Then there are all the information boards dotted round the reserve, telling people about what they might expect to see.
This is all reinforced by the RSPB visitor centre, currently enjoying a bit of thatching work, which is a treasure trove of written and video information. It also has a major viewing window out over the lake complete with its own optical equipment that people can use. There is also a tabled coffee and snack area.
Rounding it all off is, of course, the wildlife, with a bewildering variety of birds common and rare leading the way, but backed up by animals including, if you are very lucky, otters which are making a comeback.
It is a delightful few hours out for any family and I'd recommend it to anyone.
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