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Big Waters

Big Waters is a Northumberland Wildlife Trust reserve, a large pond caused by mining subsidence, good for waders and wildfowl.

What you might see at Big Water: Otter, Black headed gull, blackbird, Blue tit, buzzard, chaffinch, coot, cormorant, dunnock, goldeneye, goldfinch, goosander, Greater Spotted woodpecker, Great tit, greenfinch, Grey heron, Greylag goose, House sparrow, lapwing, Long tailed tit, magpie, mallard, Mistle thrush, moorhen, Mute swan, pheasant, pochard, redwing, Reed bunting, robin, siskin, snipe, song thrush, sparrowhawk, teal, Tree sparrow, woodpigeon, wren, yellowhammer.
Courtesy of Ray and Carolyn Wilby.

Location: Just north of Hazelrigg off the A1. Just north of Brunswick willage, there is parking and footpaths to the lake and the bitd hide.

Grid reference: NZ227734

These maps are intended as a guideline only; you must check the exact location of the reserve yourself. Wildlife Extra assumes no responsibility for the accuracy or usefulness of the information on this website.


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Hello , I'm sure I've just seen a pair of bats fly around in my back garden. I live near big waters ne13 6qe 9.36pm may 6th 213. My husband says its too early?

Posted by: Mary kennedy | 06 May 2013 20:50:58

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