RSPB’s Pagham Harbour

Pagham Harbour, just south from the hustle and bustle of Chichester, is a beautiful nature reserve managed by the RSPB. Lying on an underdeveloped stretch of the West Sussex coast, it is an important haven for a wide range of wildlife including migrant birds, ducks, geese and wading birds, butterflies, dragonflies, lizards and much more.

As well as being a great place to explore, Pagham Harbour also offers a wide range of events and activities for both adults and families all year round, including wildlife painting and photography workshops, , sensory arts and crafts, pond dipping, bird watching for beginners, mudsifting, bug hunting, seashore safaris and guided walks.­­­­

Photo credit © Roy Newnham, RSPB.

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