Frampton Marsh

60 Parking Spaces

Dog Friendly

Disability Access

Viewing Point

Access Point Address:
Frampton Road, Wyberton, Boston PE20 1AY 

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Frampton Marsh is primarily wetlands, reed beds, freshwater scrapes and wet grassland. There is a visitor centre, three bird hides, two with 360 degree views and 3 km of accessible footpaths.

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About Frampton Marsh

There are a variety of fresh water habitats – avocet, redshank, skylark and whimbrels can be seen in summer, with thousands of ducks gathering in the scrapes in winter.

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What you will see

Expect to see good numbers of avocet in the spring and summer, as well as large flocks of lapwing. In the winter hunting hen harrier and brent geese. Redshank are a real success story here with more than 200 pairs nesting regularly.

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Events & Activities

Families are welcome and there is an RSPB guide on hand to answer your questions. Many children's activities during the school holidays.

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Bird Watching

Whilst there's so much to see from Frampton's Nature Reserve, there are plenty more places to visit here in Lincolnshire, by the sea.

Nature Reserves in Lincolnshire

North Sea Observatory

Bird Watching

Beach Picnics