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Holes Bay nature park

Holes Bay nature park

 Holes Bay nature  park


 Holes Bay Road
 Poole

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About this nature reserve

It is a prime location for birdwatching and has a paved cycle and walking route between Poole town centre and Upton Country Park.

This is part of the Great Heath Living Landscapes with Dorset Wildlife Trust.

Types of habitat

Holes Bay nature park is an area of grassland and woodland and adjacent harbour saltmarsh and intertidal mudflats.

Mudflats, open tidal water, saltmarsh and hedgerow scrub.

What to see

Swans, geese, ducks and waders on the mudflats exposed at low tide. 

In summer there are numerous flowers and insects along the shore line.

Parking

There is very limited parking on roads near to this reserve.

Dogs

Your dog must be on a short lead during bird breeding, 1 March - 31 July, or when livestock are near.

Remember to keep dogs under close control and to pick up after them.

Access

You can reach the nature park from the cycle/footpath from Asda which leads around the bay and into Upton Country Park.

 

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