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Ham Wall Nature Reserve, Glastonbury

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.9/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web
Take a tour of a newly created wetland reserve and go birdwatching at Ham Wall Nature Reserve. The park serves as a sanctuary for many rare bird species, including the bearded tit, bittern, and Cetti’s warbler. Part of a larger conservation project that aims to restore natural habitats, the reserve's marshes and abundant ponds also provide homes for water voles and otters. Although entrance is free, the reserve sustains itself with donations from visitors. Bring your binoculars and dress warmly for cold evenings and mornings. Make Ham Wall Nature Reserve a centerpiece of your Glastonbury vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Glastonbury vacation trip planner.
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  • What a dreamy, spiritual area. The birds are a joy to behold and the nature around the place is spectacular. We saw some deer scampering in the distance and although I can't be certain I thought I saw...  read more »
  • I'll start by saying, never in my life have I had so much camera envy. I do have a pretty good camera but there were some serious photographers there with huge lenses and deservedly so. This place is ...  read more »
  • It was a lovely sunny morning so had a drive out here after reading TA reviews. Easy to find and large carpark, with toilet facilities. We had a dog with us so had to stay to the main footpaths, but i...  read more »
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