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Ham Wall Nature Reserve, Glastonbury

4.9
#3 of 34 in Wildlife in Somerset
Wildlife Area · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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. Plan your Ham Wall Nature Reserve visit and explore what else you can see and do in Glastonbury using our Glastonbury journey builder.
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  • Excellent reserve. Good sightings of march harriers and great egrets. Very knowledgeable and friendly staff. Starling murmuration was awesome. Note: £3 payment for car parking on card NOT phone or.....  more »
  • We went to ham wall nature reserve in Somerset a couple of weeks ago but it started raining heavily when we got to the car park so we left and decided to go back later, we went there last Friday...  more »

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