Bird hide

A stunning location for an exciting new project; a National Nature Reserve in Suffolk covering 393 hectares and including significant reedbeds and lagoons together with woodlands and heathlands.

We are proud to be part of this project to develop an innovative bird hide in memory of Rachel Penny, an energetic advocate for getting people outdoors to improve their wellbeing. Rachel visited the hide location last year and gave her blessing to the project.

Over 100 species of bird use the reserve including marsh harrier, bearded reedling, water rail, a variety of ducks, and, in some years, bittern. Little terns are summer visitors to the shore and the heathlands are home to woodlark, wheatear and hobby.