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Strumpshaw Fen RSPB Norfolk

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From the Fen Hide
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Site Details

The reserve comprises a variety of wetland habitats, with a number of hides. The Tower Hide offers the chance of Bittern and is good for watching roosting Hen Harriers during the winter.

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From the A147 between Norwich and Great Yarmouth head towards Brundall. Pass through the village and shortly after turn right onto Stone Road and then right again onto Low Road (follow the RSPB signs). Follow the road for a further half a mile and park in the reserve car park just before the railway crossing gates at TG341067.


Open all year, free to RSPB members, £2.50 for non-members.

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