Burton Mere RSPB Reserve
We’ve only been to the RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds) Reserve at Burton Mere a couple of times, but as it’s pretty local to us (and since we became members the last time we visited a few weeks ago) I think we shall be visiting many more times in the future. Its situated on the Cheshire/Wirral border on the estuary to the River Dee and is a magnet for a surprisingly wide variety of flora and fauna.
The images below have been posted on this site before, but as they are all from the same location I thought it was appropriate to share them again in one gallery.
© Mark Simms Photography (2014)
15 Responses to “Burton Mere RSPB Reserve”
It’s amazing….we have a reserve near here that is similar with a refinery in the distance! Very nice shots Mark. And I loved your MMC submission. 🙂
Thanks Laura 😊
How nice to live close(ish) to this place. it looks great, I look forward to more pictures!
Thanks Camilla 😊
Una serie di scatti molto belli!!!
I want to go to there 🙂 Great set of images!
Great! May I ask what you shoot with?
Thanks Madison….I shoot with an Olympus OMD EM1. A full list of the kit I currently own and use is on my About page.
We have many bird sanctuaries on Vancouver Island. Wonderful placed for photos and yours are beautiful Mark!!
Cheers Cybele…..I’ll definitely be going back.
Thanks again John 😊