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RSPB Bowling Green Marsh

Bowling Green Rd, Topsham, Exeter EX3 0BG, United Kingdom

RSPB Bowling Green Marsh
Nature preserve
218 reviews
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MGHV+P4 Exeter, United Kingdom
+44 1392 833311
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Chris Lee
Chris Lee
A good venue to relax and discover which birds are being seen and you might see on your visit.

Bring binoculars, and or camera to extend the capacity to see and capture the experience.

It is possible at certain times to go into an education room and for any age to learn so more.

Groups can by planned for by arrangement, including use of an outside facility for this.
Giles Booth
Giles Booth
A great place to introduce children to bird watching and general interest in nature. There's a bird hide for pros and a separate relaxed area for children. A couple of sofas birds cards and a library. Its heated too. There's even some hot drinks and snacks on offer (probably weekends only).
Lovely place for watching lots of different birds feeding on the marsh. Great hide with seats and information about all the different birds that can be seen.
Plenty of places to park bikes if cycling there.
Nice garden area to have a picnic too.
David Turner
David Turner
Visited this rspb reserve last week while down in Devon for the week. The reserve is great with some great birds and wildlife. The hide is nice and big but can get busy at times as I think there's a few walks that go past the place . But had a lovely time there another great rspb reserve top work
Claire Williams
Claire Williams
Lovely clean hide with nature garden with viewing holes for children.
Classroom open with activities on weekends and school holidays. Large windows for viewing the birds.
Friendly volunteers and helpful visitors.
We will certainly be back.
Pauline Suchecki
Pauline Suchecki1 year ago
Lovely walk from Darts farm to the rspb hide. Friendly staff who welcomed our grandchildren and kept the hide open, they used binoculars supplied to see the wildlife, staff pointed out and named some of the birds and the children were able to buy ice-cream and badges after the walk.
Stephen Prust
Stephen Prust1 year ago
Great hide very close to the wet land habitats. Always something to see.
Katherine Hubbard
Katherine Hubbard2 years ago
little bit waterlogged! bring your wellies. lovely hide to watch birdies and often knowledgeable twitchers about to ask any questions
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