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WC Pensthorpe is well worth the money its a great place.I have been twice but can't wait to go again .


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There so many! Will have to go with:

1. North Norfolk coast in Winter
2. Spurn Point, Esat Yorkshire
3. Kingley Vale Nature Reserve (West Sussex)
4. Forewood (Sussex)


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may as well throw in my tuppence.

as a local sussex lad, I'd have to say the whole Rye Bay/Dungeness area is just brilliant. As are Pagham and Chichester Harbours. Pulborough Brooks is terrific, and Beachy Head can be fantastic in the autumn. My local patch, Seaford Head, can be quite good for rarities too, we've had Icterine and Barred warbler, Red-breasted Flycatcher, Serin, Lapland Bunting, Honey Buzzard and Black Kite in the last two years (regrettably I only saw the flycatcher and the bunting!) plus all the common south coast migrants. not too shabby a list for a small local nature reserve! Icon_cool


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06-04-2011 09:33 PM
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