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Kingsbury Water Park

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Photo by Pops1Cliff Pool South, August 2012
Photo by Pops1
Cliff Pool South, August 2012

England, Warwickshire

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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.

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Merlin,

Photo by Pops1Cliff Pool, August 2012
Photo by Pops1
Cliff Pool, August 2012

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Birds you can see here include:

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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.


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