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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