Wilstone Reservoir

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Wilstone Reservoir: Reservoir surrounded by ancient marshes, reedswamp and willow carr.

The reserve also have footpaths and viewing areas.


Wilstone is one of the most famous birding spots in southern England. A walk round the reservoirs edges gives good views, impressive summer duck moult, rare passage migrants or the superb wintering water birds. Surrounded by one of Hertfordshire's largest reedbeds and set in the lovely Chilterns countryside.

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Wilstone lies along the B489 between Aston Clinton and the village of Marsworth, and about 3km NW of Tring. From Aston Clinton, turn north onto the Lower Icknield Way (A489). From Tring, follow Little Tring Road from the B488, and turn left on meeting the A489.

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Never closes

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Free

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