We visited Brownsea Island again in January on an organised bird watching trip with around a dozen others and an excellent leader. There were no other visitors there, giving us the island without crowds. Avocets were the manin quarry and we saw lots, but the other birds were equally as good from the two hides. An earlier summer visit was also an excellent experience, especially the Dorset Wildlife Trust part. Plenty of Red Squirrels and the expected birds. Not that many people either. The ferry trip around the island was also interesting and the coffee in the NT Centre was good.
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