Places to Go

Below are a number of sites that are regularly visited by Devon Birds members. These include the reserves we manage as well as the sites where we have been allowed to erect hides.

There are also a number of sites that are well known as places to go to see birds.

The list is not by any means complete and more sites will be added as content becomes available.

Please also look under The Devon Websites and Local Groups links on the Articles and Documents  page to find more great places to visit.

Beesands Ley

Mixture of mature and young trees around a freshwater Ley
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South Huish

Fresh water lake with surrounding margins
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South Milton Ley

SSSI – large reedbed with boardwalk. Surrounding margins are hedges, trees with grassy area
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Tamar Lakes

Two large lakes with scrapes, some reeds and surrounding mixed habitat
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Taw/Torridge Estuary

Typical Estuary with mudbanks at low tide
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Velator

Mixture of mature and young trees around a freshwater pond
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Bradiford

Scrape and pond with rough grazing
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Slapton Ley

Freshwater, reed beds, marsh and mature woodlands
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Lundy

A Variety of natural and semi-natural habitats - see notes
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Otter Estuary

Estuary, salt marsh and reed beds
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Plymouth

Excellent variety of habitat including woodland, estuary, parkland, seafront, lakes and marshlands
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Prawle Reserves

Wooded area with pasture and scrub
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Roadford Reservior

Large reservoir with a variety of surrounding habitats including marsh, scrub, etc
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