About Marazion Marsh
This reserve overlooks the beautiful St Michael's Mount and boasts Cornwall's largest reedbed. More than 250 bird, 500 plant, 500 insect and 18 mammal species have been recorded here and bitterns are now regular winter visitors (although patience is required to see them).
In some years starlings roost here from October-December and attract aerial predators such as buzzards and sparrowhawks as they arrive at dusk. The starlings are continental birds and their spectacular aerial acrobatics over the reedbeds are a sight worth seeing - when they are here.
Open at all times.
Free, but donations to help us continue our work here are welcome.
Information for dog owners
Dogs must be kept under control and not allowed to enter the open water areas