RSPB Frampton Marsh



This is rapidly becoming one of the premier birding sites on the east coast. There is a variety of habitat that supports many breeding species together with an ever increasing list of passage birds including many rarities.

We will meet at the RSPB reception car park at 10.30am and spend a few hours wandering around this reserve.

The paths are in general very good but can become a bit damp in wet conditions. There are several hides but the reserve is very open so warm clothing may be required.

Toilets are at the reception centre.

More information about the reserve can be found on the RSPB website

Leader Peter Scott RNHS Contact mobile 07535 508932