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Old Wednesday 3rd June 2015, 17:36   #1
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RSPB Reserve Brading Marshes

My RSPB Local Group from Newcastle Upon Tyne is going to have it's annual 7 day birdwatching holiday in the Isle of Wight in June 2016 after just returning from it's 2015 birdwatching holiday in North Wales a few weeks ago. I'm wondering whether anyone from the Isle of Wight has any information about the RSPB reserve Brading Marshes and what type of facilities are available on that reserve, such as bird hides etc. My Local RSPB Group also had a 7 day holiday in the Orkneys in 2014, but unfortunately I couldn't make that holiday on that occasion and I would have loved to have gone on that bird watching trip.
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My RSPB Local Group from Newcastle Upon Tyne is going to have it's annual 7 day birdwatching holiday in the Isle of Wight in June 2016 after just returning from it's 2015 birdwatching holiday in North Wales a few weeks ago. I'm wondering whether anyone from the Isle of Wight has any information about the RSPB reserve Brading Marshes and what type of facilities are available on that reserve, such as bird hides etc. My Local RSPB Group also had a 7 day holiday in the Orkneys in 2014, but unfortunately I couldn't make that holiday on that occasion and I would have loved to have gone on that bird watching trip.
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Can anyone help, I'll be most grateful.
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Presumably you've looked at https://www.rspb.org.uk/discoverande...radingmarshes/ ?
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Is there any RSPB member who has visited Brading Marshes, as I would like an independent view of the reserve and not from the RSPB website.
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