The nature reserve is home to almost 120 different species of bird. Just over 50 of these breed here.
The nature reserve is home to a variety of birds with almost 120 species recorded to date. Just over 50 of these breed here, with others over-wintering and some passing through on their spring and autumn migration.
Some examples of breeding birds are:
Some examples of winter visitors are:
- Tufted duck
- Water rail
- Common sandpiper
- Spotted flycatcher
If you'd like to ask some questions about birdlife along the Stour Valley, call into the centre, or get in touch.