The lakes, reed beds, channels and waterfalls on this nature reserve support myriad species of wildlife including bats (pipistrelle, noctule, whiskered, Daubenton’s, long-eared and serotine); grass snakes; harvest mice; kingfishers; newts (palmate and smooth); song birds (including Cetti’s, reed and sedge warblers); damselflies and dragonflies; glow worms; wainscot moths; water birds (including Bewick’s swans and pochards in winter); water shrews and voles.
Entry costs £10.88 per adult, £5.85 per child and £28.43 for a family (two adults, two children). For opening times and more information, visit: wwt.org.uk/wetland-centres/arundel.
April 9, 2019
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