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Camel Estuary Cornwall

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Site Details

A medium-sized estuary with surrounding farmland and woodland. Also a Wetland Bird Reserve (Walmsley Sanctuary) is situated just off the estuary but a permit is needed.

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Birding Sites in the Camel Estuary Area

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Best viewed from the Camel trail, from Wadebridge, Padstow or Rock.


Use the car parks at Wadebridge or Padstow and walk along the Camel Trail.

Opening Times

Any reasonable time.


A hide is situated 1.5 miles from Wadebridge along the Camel Trail. All facilities are available in both Wadebridge and Padstow.

Key Areas / Routes

Dinham Marshes/Mudflats, Amble Marshes/Walmsley Sanctuary, Pinkson Creek, Little Petherick Creek, Padstow Mudflats, Porthilly/Rock High Water Roosts, Trebetherick Point.

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