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A coastal nature reserve with 5 birdwatching hides and miles of footpaths to explore. Habitats include saltmarsh, shingle, saline lagoons, grazing marsh and reedbed. Visit at any time of year to see a range of birds, plants and other animals...more
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Always try and visit this nature reserve when in Rye. We picked a cold windy day but we were wrapped up warm. Excellent bird viewing from the hides. Popped into the Sussex Wildlife Trust Centre. There were a lot of interesting items on display. Work...More
Get rid of those cobwebs by going to Rye Harbour Nature Reserve.
Whilst at this time of year the flora and insects aren’t evident, there was plenty of bird activity.
Easy flat walking along paths that aren’t really muddy even after torrential rain.
This is a lovely area for a stroll, although I would stick to the paths as there are a lot of dog walkers and although the majority picked up after their dogs I witnessed three that didn’t. Bring your binoculars if you’re keen on wildlife...More
Get a book of local walks (not expensive) and check out the various well built bird hides to hear and observe marsh dwellers including the bearded tit, oystercatcher and marsh harrier and elusive bittern. The going can be a bit muddy underfoot (clue: it’s a...More
This is an amazing place to visit ,lots of different walks of varying length ,wheel chair friendly .great place for dog walking .bird watching is great lots of birds ,also seals in the harbour ,you can spend hours here .
We've walked the circuit twice now and it can get very busy with other people, especially when the weather is okay.
It's a lovely chance to see the amazing birds and other wildlife, most of which we don't know much about!!!
The nice bit for...More
We often walk from Rye Harbour up through the Nature reserve and round to Winchelsea beach .On one side you have the nature reserve with all the birds and wildlife and on the other side the beach and the sea with Rye Bay.At each end...More
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It is a good walk, but I would recommend that the walk from Rye is a bit long, as there is a good walk to the sea once you get there!! And that is not to be missed...but if refuelling Bosons Bite at the harbour is the place... More
It is a good walk, but I would recommend that the walk from Rye is a bit long, as there is a good walk to the sea once you get there!! And that is not to be missed...but if refuelling Bosons Bite at the harbour is the place to do it!!