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Re(1): Tiny Marsh advice

I don't think they are opening the visitor's centre now due to COVID-19 but you can park and walk the dykes early in the morning. Black Terns are very low in number this year and I have not heard many Least Bitterns. It is best to walk the Main or Trotter Dyke north and then east along the Carolina Dyke to see the best view of waterfowl. There are three families of Trumpeter Swans and nesting Sandhill Cranes in this area. Another area to explore is Mole Mountain but they had the marsh boardwalk closed this spring due to lack of social distancing.

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