RSPB Stour Estuary Nature Reserve
The Stour Estuary is one of the most important estuaries in Britain for wintering birds, with internationally important numbers of grey plovers, knots, redshanks and dunlin, but most significantly for the numbers of Black Tailed Godwit.
Within the estuary, Copperas bay offers the spectacle of masses of wading birds and wildfowl during the winter months (Sep-Mar). Within the reserve, Stour Wood has a spectacular show of wood anemones in Mar/Apr. The woods are also a good place to hear nightingales in spring and to see butterflies in summer. The car park has a 2 metre high barrier.
adult - Free but donations are welcome £0.00
|Season Dates||Opening Hours|
|Notes||Open all year|
ContactMr Rick Vonk
email a friend
VenueRSPB Stour Estuary Nature Reserve
Harwich Road, Wrabness, Essex, CO12 5ND
Map reference: TM 191310 Lat: 51.93445 Long: 1.18684
From the B1352: Follow the Manningtree to Harwich road. Car park signposted approximately 1 mile east of Wrabness. Car park has height barrier (2m).
By Public Transport:
From Wrabness station it is 1 mile to RSPB Stour Estuary Nature Reserve.
Parking : free
Accessible by Public Transport :