RSPB Pagham Harbour
Pagham Harbour is one of the best places in the UK for wildlife. Vast flocks of wading birds head to here for its saltmarsh and mudflats which cover around half of the reserve. During winter large numbers of dark-bellied Brent geese, lapwings and black-tailed godwits use the harbour or surrounding fields, with a supporting cast which includes grey and golden plovers, lapwings and dunlins. Slavonian grebes can be seen offshore, while red-breasted mergansers are found within the harbour.
Follow this link to find out how to reach Pagham Harbour, and the best way to make the most of your visit this winter: RSPB Pagham Harbour Local Nature Reserve