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“Fantastic walking and watching”

Pulborough Brooks RSPB
Ranked #1 of 10 things to do in Pulborough
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed October 31, 2012 via mobile

Fab day out with hides and footpaths, school holiday activities. And there's the birds, fantastic venue all year.

Thank Drbrown1970
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Reviewed October 1, 2012

Lovely place to visit, shop to but all sorts of things, especially bird related. They had a web cam up of barn owl chicks in nearby barn. Lots of informations. You can buy all types of bird seed and a great walk for bird watchers along with a good tea room

Thank gill w
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Reviewed September 30, 2012

You're sure get a big surprise in this natural woodland walk, great bird life and dragonfly's, really good day out plenty to do or just sit in one of the hides, after enjoy a coffee in the cafe, ask the members of staff for information always helpful.

Thank JamesCurrie51
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Reviewed September 3, 2012

Easy access for all. Plenty of information all around the walks and hides.
Staff friendly and helpful.

Thank LancashireGlasshouse
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Reviewed August 6, 2012

Firstly, I must confess that I am a birder and so the reserve is likely to appeal to me more than most.

However, the reserve covers a large area and even if you're not too keen on nature it's a lovely place for a wander and to just relax and enjoy the footpaths and the views. There are a number of fallow deer in the area (quite tame) which usually offer good views, and at certain parts of the year you get to see some cracking views of large numbers of birds.

For the birders and those with an interest in nature in general, Pulborough Brooks offers a great place to observe nature in a number of different habitats: from heathland to low-lying wetlands to wooded areas and fields, the reserve is home or drop-off place for large numbers of species. Winter is great for wildfowl covering the flooded wetlands, spring and autumn always good for migrants, and even in the quieter summer months there's always something to keep you interested from the nightjars on the heath to waders and nesting birds. And of course there are the beautiful nightingales, for which Pulborough is renowned these days - such a beautiful sound to heare them singing in the spring.

The reserve is topped off by a good visitors' centre with plenty of books and DVDs, clothing, bird food, binoculars and telescopes and other items for sale, along with very knowledgable and helpful staff.

And leaving the best till last, the tea room is a cracker, selling fantastic homemade cakes along with a wide range of other homemade food to fill you up after a long day's wander around the reserve.

Thank Stuart J
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