dusk falls in Norfolk, a magnificent bird-watching spectacle is about to begin.
the light of the day begins to fade, the hundreds of rooks gather on the fields
for one last feed before they prepare to roost for the night.
Why not visit
Strumpshaw Fen RSPB Reserve.
Farmlands are brilliant places to watch nature whether
it's the spectacle of birds feeding on the fields or deer grazing in the cover
of wooded areas.
- Our farmlands offer amazing opportunities
for wildlife watching. Why not take a few tips from the Nature's Calendar team
including bird watching and deer spotting.
Farm - Visitor Guide
Reserve, Strumpshaw, Norfolk.
||Strumpshaw Reserve - NR13 4HS|
Reserve - 01603 715191|
Tourist information - 01603 727927
and nature reserve. Also visit Buckenham Marshes RSPB Reserve - free access along
a public footpath. The marshes are a good place to spot wintering birds such as
Wigeons and Bean Geese. |
anorak. RSPB Explorer Backpacks can be obtained for children visiting the Strumpshaw
Strumpshaw Fen Reserve - nature trails through a variety of habitats including
reed beds and woodland plus three hides. Various RSPB events.
Fen lies in the heart of the Norfolk Broads - just under a mile south-west of
Strumpshaw. Follow the signs from Brundall High Street off the A47 east of Norwich.
Nearest railway stations - Brundall (1 and 1/2 miles). Also Buckenham - very limited
A bus service from Norwich stops 1/2 mile from the reserve on
the Brundall to Strumpshaw road.
Note - Do not attempt to
park at Buckenham Farm as there are no facilities.
times:||All year round. Strumpshaw RSPB Fen Reserve
is open daily, dawn to dusk.|
Fen Reserve - Adults £2.50; Children 50p; Concessions £1.50; Family
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