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Photo by Pops1
Cliff Pool South, August 2012

England, Warwickshire

Overview

Kingsbury, North Warwickshire. Three bird hides located close to water edge in gravel pits. Various other Gravel pits to walk around. Also a wooded area with well marked paths. A wide variety of water birds can be seen.

Birds

Notable Species

Merlin,

Photo by Pops1
Cliff Pool, August 2012

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

History and Use

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Areas of Interest

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Access and Facilities

Junction 10 M42. A4097 towards Kingsbury. Turn left at 1st island. On the right. Approx 2 miles from motorway The Broomy Croft car park is closer to the hides. The main car parks are nearly 2 miles away. A long walk.


Contact Details

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External Links


Content and images originally posted by panda123

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