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Somerset Levels and Moors Wetland

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difficult to make a judgement in the winter - very muddy

We arrived at about 3 PM to find a chap with a digger. evidently some thieves had ransacked the... read more

Reviewed 1 February 2017
Brian-Snellgrove
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Midsomer Norton, United Kingdom
Planning and patience rewarded

I usually visit nearby Ham wall reserve - but had heard bearded tits were being seen here so... read more

Reviewed 19 October 2016
Oldparson
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Weston-super-Mare, United Kingdom
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1 Feb 2017
“difficult to make a judgement in the winter - very muddy”
18 Oct 2016
“Planning and patience rewarded”
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Reviewed 1 February 2017

We arrived at about 3 PM to find a chap with a digger. evidently some thieves had ransacked the cars in the car park so they were making a barrier to stop people escaping. The police entered one end and the thieves escaped the other....More

Thank Brian-Snellgrove
Reviewed 19 October 2016 via mobile

I usually visit nearby Ham wall reserve - but had heard bearded tits were being seen here so planned to arrive around 10am so the light was good & wait and see / soon joined by a number of other photographers - very useful to...More

Thank Oldparson
Reviewed 28 May 2016

We planned a day to Westhay Moor run by Somerset Wildlife Trust and as their literature promoted the foot and facilities of Avalon Marshes Centre we decided to lunch there. Big mistake. The Avalon Marshes Centre is dreadful, no not go there. Everything is in...More

Thank Middledene
Reviewed 21 November 2015 via mobile

We go every year to see the starlings roost - it's like mother nature's fire works - completely amazing. It's a must. Education at its best.

Thank JANECLUBB
Reviewed 10 October 2015

This nature reserve contains land returned to the water. It is a secret place with walks on platforms through the reedbeds to bird hides which give views over open spaces of water. The only sounds are birdsong and the wind in the reeds- water birds...More

Thank Jane A
Reviewed 9 July 2015 via mobile

Fascinating place with so much rich history. Lots of fascinating workshops, talks and walks relating to the amazing flora, fauna and creatures of the levels. Many local artists and crafters display and sell top end pieces. If you love nature and history you must pay...More

Thank MrMrsBobbett
Reviewed 8 July 2015

A lovely day going for a walk along the "paths". Keeping your eyes open for the variety of wading birds is great fun. Huge car park and free entry are a great bonus. If you ever need to unwind and relax, this is a great...More

4  Thank Ken R
Reviewed 16 March 2015

Grab some sandwiches and a flask of fresh coffee or tea and head down to Westhay Nature Reserve and sit in one of the many bird hides which are open to the public and look out over the reed beds and waters. There are many...More

Thank janeyp69
Reviewed 21 July 2014 via mobile

Somerset levels and wetland has such a diverse make up of landscape that it offers the visitor a varied choice After the recent floods the areas that were below water have a lush green tint to them whether trees hedges fields all have life in...More

1  Thank CJ4666
Reviewed 24 May 2013

If you like getting back to nature this is the place for you. The whole area is a wealth of natural habitats for all sorts of wildlife especially birds and water fowl. It also such a nice are to walk or cycle around as it...More

1  Thank digipicsuk
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