Nagsgead RSPB Reserve - Cannop Ponds - Speech House

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There are many opportunities for birdwatching on this walk. In the RSPB reserve there is a number of hides. Cannop Ponds are home to a large breeding flock of mandarin ducks and at the arboretum the local RSPB has erected the largest bird-feeder known to exist. They hope to attract the secretive hawfinch to feed here. The walk is on good paths, but allow plenty of time for birdwatching.

England - South West England - Gloucestershire - Forest of Dean

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Birds, Flowers, Hills or Fells, Lake/Loch, Nature Trail, Toilets, Wildlife, Woodland
27/11/2011 - Bertie The Dog

This was a really lovely walk in the beautiful Forest of Dean. The car parking was easy, the paths good, and it was really easy to follow. We did this on a glorious autumn day, and the colours were amazing. Great walk !!!

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