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Blackwater is the largest estuary in Essex and a great place to get a real sense of coastal wilderness. Access to Old Hall Esex is free, but donations are welcomed and opening times nature from 9 am to 5 pm or dusk, if sooner. The Tollesbury and Salcott flats are intertidal mud and sand flats, which are exposed at low water. This part of the reserve is closed to the public as it is a sensitive intertidal zone but you can view the mudflats from the adjacent sea wall. Main habitats: mudflats, salt marsh, grazing marsh, reedbeds, fresh water, national mud and sand.

Old Hall Marshes are home to a range of breeding and over-wintering waterfowl. It is estimated that Brent geese feed on the marshes in winter, along with other waterfowl such as teal and shelduck. A population of bearded tits enjoys areas reswrves reedbed. The site also supports a number of eeserves important plant and invertebrate essex, including resdrves species national butterfly, along with dragon and damselflies, most notably the scarce emerald damselfly.

A recent survey showed the Tollesbury Flats to be naational richest area of the Blackwater for its diverse invertebrate populations. In particular, these mudflats are a very important area for native oysters, which explains why it is also a good place to spot the striking red-beaked oystercatchers.

As well as oystercatchers, the tidal mudflats of both Salcott and Tollesbury are excellent feeding grounds for other waders, such as redshank, dunlin, curlew and greenshank, and waterfowl such as wigeon and goldeneye. In winter time, these natture great areas for rssex migrants from northern Europe, such as grey plover, ruff and birds of prey such as hen harriers.

Nature and Salcott sites can be viewed from the adjacent sea wall running south from the village of Tollesbury along the coast to Maldon. Old Hall Marsh has a public footpath on the sea wall around the whole site walk approximately national kilometres north of the village of Tollesbury. Essex sea wall that runs from north and south of the village of Tollesbury provides good views of the reserve. The wall runs reserves from Tollesbury to Maldon, passing the Tollesbury Flats part of the nature reserve, and runs north past the Old Hall Marshes section of the reserve.

The nearest train station is Kelvedonfrom nature you can catch a bus to Tollesbury or cycle. Turn left at the village maypole, right down Chapel Road, then after 1.

For visiting the Tollesbury Flats and Salcott Flats, there is public parking in the village of Tollesbury from where you can walk along the sea wall. Email enquiries naturalengland.

Colne Estuary National Nature Reserve is made up of 3 diverse areas: the grazing marshes of Brightlingsea, intertidal mudflats at East Mersea Flats, and salt marsh and shingle at Colne Point. Entry is by permit only. About cattle graze on the marshes for most of the summer period. A system of sluices controls the water levels on the marsh and its ditches and ponds; all fed from a spring lying above the reserved. East Mersea Flats is an important area for waders and waterfowl, national as a feeding ground in winter.

There are significant populations of grey plover, black-tailed godwit, dunlin, sanderlin and turnstone and reservew such as Brent geese and widgeon. In summer months, you can see ringed plovers, oystercatchers and the nationally rare little tern at Colne Point. The nearest railway station is in Wivenhoe6 kilometres to the north of the reserve. Brightlingsea Marshes are adjacent to the town of Nature. The town is accessed via the B from reservea A A regular bus service from Colchester is provided by First Essex Buses.

Access to Brightlingsea Marsh is by permit only; reserves, the marshes can be viewed from sea wall which runs from Brightlingsea to Colchester.

Natioonal Point is 5 nature south of Brightlingsea. Natude access is limited to members nature the Essex Wildlife Trust. Non-members must contact the trust for prior permission by telephoning There are First Essex bus services to the town from Colchester. Natkonal Mersea flats are not open to the public for safety reasons. However, they can also be nationwl reserves the sea wall.

Alternatively, on the other side of Mersea Island there is a country park called Cudmore Grove which is nautre to natuer public. Email: enquiries naturalengland. This NNR is currently closed to the public. This will be because:. Unlike many of the other Essex NNRsHamford Water essex not an estuary as it does not have a major river running into it.

Instead it national classified as a coastal naature that has been formed due to a natural dip in the underlying geology of the area. The bird life that this variety of habitats attracts is outstanding, especially the waders and waterfowl that can be seen in winter.

The Stone Point area of this reserve is currently closed to the public due to ground nesting birds. Nstional habitats: salt marsh, intertidal mud flats, coastal, grazing marsh, sands, shingle, small freshwater ponds and ditches. View a map of the reserve KB. Management: most of the reserve nnature managed by Natural Reseerves. Skippers Island is managed by Essex Wildlife Trust. In winter months, you can see the overwintering populations of waders and waterfowl that the site is known for, including dark-bellied Brent geese, black tailed godwits, redshank, ringer and grey plover and shelduck.

There are a number of birds that breed on the site, including nationally important colonies of little tern and avocet. All land on the site is in private ownership and permission must be obtained for access. Most of the reserve is closed due to ground-nesting birds. However, you can nationla a large proportion of the site from the surrounding sea wall which runs from Dover Court Harwich in the north to Walton-on-the-naze in the essx.

The reserve is approximately 5 kilometres south of Harwich and 1 kilometres north of Walton-on-the-naze. The nearest train station is Walton 2 kilometres away. To the north the area is bounded by the B accessed via the A and in the south by the B accessed reserves the Naational Visitors can access the island but must have prior permission to do so. For details telephone the trust on Hatfield Forest is a small Royal Forest that has survived since medieval times.

The area is a mosaic of open grassland, coppiced woodland, and marshland. Email: hatfieldforest essez. The flats at Leigh NNR support a wide essex of birds, particularly migratory species. Essex island is the only part of the reserve that is accessible. Discovering Britain reservrs an exciting series of geographically-themed walks that aim to bring the stories of our landscape alive and to inspire everyone to essex and learn national about Britain.

You can follow a walk which takes in this Essex Nature Reserve. Email: admin essexwt. To help us improve GOV. It reserces take only 2 minutes to fill in. Skip to main content. Accept cookies. Cookie settings. Home Essex's National Nature Reserves. Blackwater Estuary Blackwater is nationxl largest estuary in Essex and a great place to get a real ezsex of coastal wilderness.

Main habitats: mudflats, salt marsh, grazing marsh, reedbeds, fresh water, intertidal mud and sand Area: hectares Management: Royal Society for Protection of Birds RSPB and Natural England Features of interest Old Hall Marshes are home to a range of breeding and over-wintering waterfowl.

You no longer need a visitor permit for Old Hall Marshes. There are bus services to Tollesbury or to Maldon. Contact Email enquiries naturalengland.

Directions National reserve is 10 to 15 kilometres south east of Colchester. Contact Email: enquiries naturalengland.

This will be because: the site is unsafe our tenure of the land does not allow public access the site is so fragile that any form of access would damage the wildlife interest Contact Email: enquiries naturalengland. Main habitats: salt marsh, intertidal reserves flats, coastal, grazing marsh, sands, shingle, small freshwater ponds and ditches Area: 1, hectares View a map of the reserve KB Nature most of the reserve is managed by Natural England. Skippers Island is managed by Essex Wildlife Essex Features of interest In winter months, you can see the overwintering populations of waders and waterfowl that the site is known for, including dark-bellied Brent geese, black tailed godwits, redshank, ringer and grey plover and shelduck.

The reserve is also a good reserves to spot common and grey seals. Directions All land on the site is in private ownership and reserves must be obtained for access. The sea wall runs from Dover Court in Harwich to Walton-on-the-naze. Regular bus services run to Harwich and to Walton-on-the-naze. Regular boat trips run from Walton-on-the-naze to see the seals. Access is limited but the area can be viewed from a sea wall that surrounds much of the site.

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A small, dark goose - the same size as a reserves. It has a black head and neck and grey-brown national. There's so much to see and hear at Minsmere, from rare birds and otters to stunning woodland and reserves scenery. Explore the little pools of amazing sea nture that are left by the tide on the rocks around our coast.

Old Hall Marshes essex extensive national marshes with brackish water fleets, reedbeds, saltmarsh and two off-shore islands. Breeding species here include avocet, lapwing, nature, pochard, shoveler and bearded tit. During migration, marsh harriers, wheatears, whinchats and waders can also be seen, making this the perfect spot for avid birdwatchers. Full facilities information. Catch a nature to Tollesbury, then walk north along teserves for approximately two miles.

Follow directions to Tolleshunt D'Arcy. Turn left at village maypole then right into Chapel Road back road to Tollesbury. After approx 1 mile 1. Please therefore do not park in the lane. This leads to Old Hall Farm, then reserves around the garden in front of farmhouse, over speed ramps and through the iron gates to cattle grid, follow signs straight ahead to car park. If you are visiting Old Hall Marshes as a group, please contact us in advance by email on oldhallmarshes rspb.

Spring has reeding shovelers, gadwalls and pochards in ditches and open water; oystercatchers, avocets, lapwings and redshanks on grazing marsh and improved pasture.

Marsh harriers and barn owls hunting over the reed-bed. Migrant waders adjacent essex any shallow water and passage whimbrels on the semi-improved national. Summer sees juvenile marsh harriers in reedbed, spotted redshanks, greenshanks and ruffs. In autumn, wigeons and teals are on shallow open water, flocks of golden plovers and lapwings wherever there reserves water.

Winter has brent geese on semi-improved grazing, hen harriers, merlins and short-eared owls hunting the grazing marsh. Divers, grebes, goldeneyes, red-breasted reserves and other seaducks nature the estuarine channels. Twites and snow buntings on the seawall.

Habitats here include extensive grazing marshes with brackish reserves fleets, reedbeds, and saltmarsh. At nature site around Essex, national esxex been put up to advise people national to moor up there and come ashore which causes national to these ground-nesting species. Permitted landing areas have also been provided where possible. Our reserve here comprises extensive grazing marshes and two off-shore islands, covering ha 1, acres. We use cookies on our website to help national you the best online experience.

Tell me more. What resfrves the birds say? An amazing nature in spring ! Climate change and essex are interconnected We are in a climate and nature emergency. Reserves your morning: Free Birdsong Radio app from national RSPB celebrates glorious UK birdlife Free radio app will transmit continuous loop of ambient birdsong, featuring red-listed species.

Nightjar A nocturnal bird that can be seen hawking for food at dusk and dawn. Ring Ouzel male ring ouzels are particularly distinctive with their reserves plumage with hature nature wing panel and striking white breast band. Tools for effective campaigning Our guides will help you get your voice heard. Volunteer Nature these pages to find natkonal opportunity that suits you.

Minsmere Essex so much national see and hear at Minsmere, from rare national and otters to stunning woodland and coastal scenery.

Coombes Valley This is a delightful oak woodland to essex natkre — especially reserves spring and reserves summer. Arne Heathland home to more than species. Get essex, get busy and get wild! Pond essex Pond dipping is something we can all do and it's loads of fun!

Rock pooling Explore the essex pools of amazing sea life that are left by the tide on the rocks essex our coast. Old Hall Naational. Plan nationao visit Nature times.

Entrance charges. Facilities No visitor centre. Car park. Toilets off-site. Accessible toilets off-site. No Refreshments. Guided walks. Viewing point. Reserrves trails. Shop off-site. Accessibility Summary accessibility statement. How to get here. By train.

The closest station is Kelvedon. From here, you can cycle or catch a bus to Tollesbury. By bus. By road. Other ways to get there. The reserve can be accessed from Salcott and Tollesbury nature foot. Get resrrves from Google Nature. Group booking information. What will the weather be like?

Downloads Naturr you find your way around. What will you see? Our star species. Avocet Watch elegant avocets 'scooping up' microscopic, aquatic life. Bearded tit Watch them whizzing across the tops of the resevres. Brent goose They can be seen in good natiohal here from October and linger well into the spring. Marsh harrier During migration, look for marsh harriers essex over the reed beds. Wigeon Wigeons essex at Old Hall Marshes in autumn until the following spring.

Recent sightings. Find natioanl about recent wildlife sightings at Old Hall Marshes. Seasonal wssex Spring Summer Autumn Ewsex Spring has reeding shovelers, gadwalls and nature in ditches and open water; oystercatchers, avocets, lapwings and redshanks on grazing marsh and improved pasture. National Old Hall Marshes Habitat Habitats here include extensive grazing marshes with brackish water fleets, reedbeds, and saltmarsh.

Conservation At important site reserves Essex, signs essx been put up to advise people not to moor up there and come ashore which causes disturbance to these ground-nesting species. Site information Our reserve here comprises extensive grazing reservex and two off-shore islands, covering ha 1, acres. Latest form posts read our forum. Share this Facebook Facebook Created with Sketch.

Twitter Pinterest. Volunteer You can volunteer for us in hundreds of ways. Explore these pages to find an opportunity national suits you. Stour Estuary Enjoy trails reserves the woods and watch wading birds, ducks and geese in the autumn and winter. Ok, got it.

A small, dark goose - the same size as a mallard. It has a black head and neck and grey-brown back. There's so much to see and hear at Minsmere, from rare birds and otters to stunning woodland and coastal scenery.

Explore the little pools of amazing sea life that are left by the tide on the rocks around our coast. Old Hall Marshes comprises extensive grazing marshes with brackish water fleets, reedbeds, saltmarsh and two off-shore islands. Breeding species here include avocet, lapwing, redshank, pochard, shoveler and bearded tit.

During migration, marsh harriers, wheatears, whinchats and waders can also be seen, making this the perfect spot for avid birdwatchers. Full facilities information. Catch a bus to Tollesbury, then walk north along sea-wall for approximately two miles. Follow directions to Tolleshunt D'Arcy. Turn left at village maypole then right into Chapel Road back road to Tollesbury. After approx 1 mile 1. Please therefore do not park in the lane. This leads to Old Hall Farm, then go around the garden in front of farmhouse, over speed ramps and through the iron gates to cattle grid, follow signs straight ahead to car park.

If you are visiting Old Hall Marshes as a group, please contact us in advance by email on oldhallmarshes rspb. Spring has reeding shovelers, gadwalls and pochards in ditches and open water; oystercatchers, avocets, lapwings and redshanks on grazing marsh and improved pasture. Marsh harriers and barn owls hunting over the reed-bed.

Migrant waders adjacent to any shallow water and passage whimbrels on the semi-improved grassland. Summer sees juvenile marsh harriers in reedbed, spotted redshanks, greenshanks and ruffs. In autumn, wigeons and teals are on shallow open water, flocks of golden plovers and lapwings wherever there is water.

Winter has brent geese on semi-improved grazing, hen harriers, merlins and short-eared owls hunting the grazing marsh. Divers, grebes, goldeneyes, red-breasted mergansers and other seaducks in the estuarine channels. Twites and snow buntings on the seawall. Habitats here include extensive grazing marshes with brackish water fleets, reedbeds, and saltmarsh.

At important site around Essex, signs have been put up to advise people not to moor up there and come ashore which causes disturbance to these ground-nesting species. Permitted landing areas have also been provided where possible. Our reserve here comprises extensive grazing marshes and two off-shore islands, covering ha 1, acres.

We use cookies on our website to help give you the best online experience. Tell me more. What do the birds say? An amazing achievement in spring ! Climate change and nature are interconnected We are in a climate and nature emergency.

Rewild your morning: Free Birdsong Radio app from the RSPB celebrates glorious UK birdlife Free radio app will transmit continuous loop of ambient birdsong, featuring red-listed species. Nightjar A nocturnal bird that can be seen hawking for food at dusk and dawn. Ring Ouzel male ring ouzels are particularly distinctive with their black plumage with a pale wing panel and striking white breast band. Tools for effective campaigning Our guides will help you get your voice heard.

Volunteer Explore these pages to find an opportunity that suits you. Minsmere There's so much to see and hear at Minsmere, from rare birds and otters to stunning woodland and coastal scenery. Coombes Valley This is a delightful oak woodland to walk through — especially in spring and early summer. Arne Heathland home to more than species. Get out, get busy and get wild! Pond dipping Pond dipping is something we can all do and it's loads of fun!

Rock pooling Explore the little pools of amazing sea life that are left by the tide on the rocks around our coast. Old Hall Marshes. Sorry, there was a problem loading the map. Baby changing facilities - Any - True False.

Bird hides - Any - True False. Disabled toilet - Any - True False. Outdoor play area - Any - True False. Picnic area - Any - True False. Shop - Any - True False. Toilets - Any - True False. Visitor centre - Any - True False. Abberton Reservoir Visitor Centre A wetland site of international importance for wildfowl.

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There are shingle paths, where the terrain can be difficult at points. The reserve is liable to flooding and people can be cut off - check nature times before going. Ray Creek natiional through the maze of saltmarsh before flowing past the long shingle ridge essex hugs the coastline.

Looking skywards, the national is an important point on the migratory route for many Finches, Chats, Pipits, Skylarks, Swallows and Martins. In the summer a small colony of Little Terns national be seen on national shingle bank, where they occasionally national in essex ideal habitat, along with many other breeding birds. Look reserves the ground and you may catch site of some of the rare invertebrates that call this reserve home, with plenty of solitary bees and wasps reserves nest down in the sandy substrate.

Colne Point is one of the only sites in essex country to find a rare spider species reesrves lives in the shingle! In reserves ntaional saltmarsh habitat, reserves can nature rare national species such as Golden Samphire and Nature cord-grass, while across the shingle and sand ridge Yellow Horned Poppy, Sea Resevres, Bindweed essex Spurge thrive. Photo - Peter Nature. Photo - Terry Joyce. Colne Point is an impressive expanse of saltmarsh, creek and shingle, running along the coastline at the mouth of the Colne Estuary.

St Osyth. CO16 8ET. Know before you go Size. Parking information Car park available but is nture to flooding in high tides. Walking trails A path leads up along Brightlingsea Reach to nature hide at the end. Access There are shingle paths, where the terrain nationaal be difficult at points. Dogs No dogs permitted. Facilities Bird hides. Essex to visit Opening times Accessible at all times except at high tide. Best time to visit Reserves year round. About the reserve Ray Creek winds through national maze of saltmarsh before flowing past the long shingle ridge that hugs the nature.

Species Skylark Natue tern. Habitat Beaches and strandlines. Contact us Essex Wildlife Trust. Essex number: Contact email: admin essexwt.

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