Avocet

Frampton Marsh

Event info

Frampton Marsh has a variety of freshwater habitats and at the far end of the reserve you have the Wash offering a very different landscape. In late spring, breeding waders, including a large avocet colony, can be seen on the freshwater scrapes and wet grasslands. Nesting lapwings and skylarks are very vocal on the wet grasslands. 

For those members that don’t want to wander too far there are several large ponds by the Visitor Centre and several hides close-by. If you want to explore the whole reserve, it will involve walking about 3 miles.

Camera kit: Bring the longest lens you have

Entrance Fee: Free to members of the RSPB or £3 per person if not

Full facilities.

 

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Event Organiser

Name
Nick Bowman

Location

Venue Information

Visitor Centre, Toilet, Car Park

Address

RSPB Frampton Marsh

Frampton Roads

Frampton

Boston, Lincs

Boston

PE20 1AY