The Reedswamp exhibit is closed for restructuring work. We've also had to temporarily restrict some activities, including hand feeding. Find out more here.
We've a whole host of ways in which you can view wildlife. Explore what you might see in our various areas below.
This habitat reflects the floodplain of the Arun River with fen, gravel islands and areas of deeper water. Depending on the season you will see:
Regularly stocked feeders in front of this hide attract the following species:
On a stroll through this SSSI reedbed you may see:
This hide is the favourite of roosting pipistrelles bats, but during the day you may see:
Channels and pools from this area lead deeper into the reedbed not visible to the public but on the main scrape you may see key species like:
This hide encompasses an artificial nest bank for sand martins. The deep waters in front are visited by key species like:
The grassland to the left of the hide and the long island spit in front of the hide attract:
The wet grassland with its channels and ditches full of fry, insects and aquatic plants attract:
The boat drivers are trained wildlife guides who will help you spot seasonal wildlife like:
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