The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB)

Latest update 21/03/2018 with 181 locations in the file.

The RSPB is the country's largest nature conservation charity. They spend 90% of their net income on conservation. Their aim is to preserve and create larger spaces for birds to share our world. This will help to protect as many vulnerable species as possible from extinction. In general the locations mark the entrance to the reserve but where there are no mapped roads nearby the nearest appropriate approach point is indicated. Some reserves are vast areas of countryside and a suitable car park is shown. Other car parks may be available. Sometimes the RSPB suggest a nearby car park and this is indicated. The basis for this file is the list of reserves on the RSPB web site. The telephone number for each reserve is provided where available. Check the RSPB web site to ensure the reserve is open before setting off. Some reserves are not open to the general public.
My thanks to Ian Ashwell for many of the pictures of birds

Avocet Egyptian Geese Robin Wren Heron Greater Spotted Woodpecker Kite Dungeness Cormorant Short Eared Owl Greylag Goose Nut Hatch Great Crested Grebe Heron Egret Buzzard

The files are available in Tomtom ov2, Garmin csv and gpx, Volvo Sensus gpx, Google Earth kml and Google Maps kmz format. The Tomtom ov2 files can be used in the CoPilot phone navigation app. See the included instructions.

The Google Earth kml and Google Maps kmz files also contains links to the relevant pages on the RSPB web site. Just click on the icons to reveal the links.

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