Tom's Britain - Exploring places of interest and things to do in England, Wales & Scotland

21 January 2013

Spot birds on Frampton Marsh

A large nature reserve on the edge of the Wash in near Boston in Lincolnshire, RSPB is a coastal wetland reserve in one of Britain's most important feeding grounds for birds, particularly in winter. 

The winter season - we are told - brings Brent geese from Siberia to feed on the saltmarsh in their thousands, and also offers us the chance to seeflocks of lapwings and golden plovers.

For more, see http://www.rspb.org.uk/reserves/guide/f/framptonmarsh/index.aspx

^Picture © Graham Horn used under a Creative Commons license^

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