Abberton Reservoir is justifiably considered one of the UK’s most important water bodies for wintering wildfowl. It holds thousands of duck each winter, along with a wide variety of other water birds such as grebes and waders. We will spend most of the day viewing the vast expanses of the reservoir and, if time allows, finish our trip with a visit to a nearby coastal marsh to add an extra dimension to the event.
Use own transport. Meet at Essex Wildlife Trust Abberton Visitor Centre at 9am
Leaders: John Grant and Bob Findall
To book, contact Helen Gooderham