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⚠ Due to recent heavy rainfall, many of the paths are flooded and extremely wet, please take care when visiting the reserve, wear appropriate footwear and check notices in the car park⚠ 

Old Hall Marshes is made up of extensive grazing marshes with brackish water fleets, reedbeds, saltmarsh and two off-shore islands.
 
A walk here will reveal many breeding species, including Avocets, Lapwings and Redshanks, while Pochards and Shovelers flock to the reserve during the winter. And our resident Bearded Tit are a joy to watch all year round. During migration, Marsh Harriers, Wheatears, Whinchats and waders can also be seen, making this the perfect spot for avid birdwatchers.

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