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Parkgate Marsh/Gayton Sands RSPB Cheshire

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Dusk looking back towards Parkgate from the Old Baths car park - watch the Hen Harriers come in to roost.
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Nigel Leman
Description
Dusk looking back towards Parkgate from the Old Baths car park - watch the Hen Harriers come in to roost.

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Extensive area of grassy saltmarsh on the Wirral side of Dee estuary north of Parkgate village.

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Directions

Access to Old Baths SJ273790, which act as a public car park and a viewing site, is by a road running along the shore from the Boathouse Inn. The road continues as a footpath along the sea wall to Gayton and beyond. The northwestern section can be viewed from Cottage Lane and other roads running down to the marshes in Gayton to the north SJ265800.

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