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Minsmere Bird Reserve

Listed under Birdwatching in East Anglia, United Kingdom.

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This flagship of the RSPB is a superbly laid out, easy to walk and enjoy, reserve. It's popular with beginners and experts alike and preserves some of the beautiful Suffolk coastline and has some great birding.

Birds to watch include a large colony of Avocets, Bearded Tits, Bitterns, March Harriers and Nightingales, who’s performances are best during the early mornings and in the evenings (as well as at night.).

The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.

Written by  Simon Thompson.

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