The Friends of Warnham Nature Reserve have launched a new website which brings its presentation firmly into the 21st century. If you live around Horsham and Warnham and have not been to the nature reserve yet, or even in recent years then go to the website and see what you are  missing. The reserve is open all year round except for Christmas Day and Boxing Day. You can’t take your dog beyond the car park but it is otherwise accessible for most. It has made up paths that will take a mobility scooter for most of the main routes. This is what the site says on its homepage:

“The 92 acre site was designated a Local Nature Reserve in 1988. It includes a 17 acre millpond, marshes, grassland, reed beds, hedges and woodlands. The site provides a haven for a variety of wildlife with over 400 species of plants, and over 100 species of bird, including a thriving Heronry, wildfowl, and all three species of Woodpecker. The beautiful Kingfisher makes the most of the waters and are regularly seen from all four bird hides. The Reserve is also rich in dragonfly – over 21 species can be seen zipping around the different wetland habitats.”

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