This is a beautiful area managed by the Suffolk Wildlife Trust. It is obviously very popular with bird watchers and each of the hides were full of twitchers with very big camera lenses! I just went to go for a walk and to enjoy some peace and quiet in a natural, unspoilt part of the countryside. There are several walks all of which track their way to the hides overlooking different lakes, and although they were originally gravel pits, they are now so developed ecologically, that they just look like a natural part of the landscape (as indeed they are!). The place was being manned by volunteers who were all very friendly and keen to share their love of this place - pointing out where we would find orchids, kingfishers, and owls (along with the many other species of birds, flowers, insects etc to be found there). There is a very nice coffee shop with tables outside which can be used for picnics, as well as for enjoying the cakes from the shop. Well worth a visit, even if you don't know your ducks from your geese!
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