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Photo by Woody
Elmley Sky, painting

England, Kent

Overview

Isle of Sheppey.

Birds

Notable Species

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Rarities

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Check-list

Birds you can see here include:

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Other Wildlife

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Site Information

elmley marshes

History and Use

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Areas of Interest

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Access and Facilities

On the Isle of Sheppey, after 2 km, turn right and follow RSPB sign along a rough track for approximately 3 km. Park at Kingshill Farm. See [1] for further & fuller directions.

Closed on Tuesdays.

Grid Ref: TQ937678

Contact Details

Tel: 01795 665969 (RSPB)

References

  1. RSPB directions to site

External Links


Content and images originally posted by liamwilliam

Reviews

Dodger46's review I live Very near this site and have visited it on many occasions, and I have yet to come away disappointed, the sightings are many and varied and one never knows what to expect. As an example I was out on this Marsh on 05/04/06 and I spotted a Ruddy Duck! I very nearly fell out of the hide, I searched in vain for his mate but could not see her - so my guess is that he has "escaped" from a private collection. Just one further item and that is that the Marsh does not have any where near the numbers of migrants that it usually has at this time of year - hopefully this will change over the ensuing weeks. Pros

  • One of the best sites around

Cons

  • none
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