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Anderby Marsh

Known as Anderby Marsh, it will be transformed over time into a wildlife haven of traditional coastal grazing marsh and reedbed.  It is expected that this new nature reserve will help support a range of conservation priority birds including lapwing, curlew, redshank, snipe, barn owl, starling and reed bunting.

With the expansion of reedbed it is also hoped that marsh harrier and bittern may be attracted and otters, which formerly visited the adjacent Wolla Bank Pit, may also re-colonise the area.


Nearest postcode: PE24 5XH

Please note - postcodes are for the nearest registered address as we are unable to get postcodes for nature reserves. Please use the maps provided here to locate the entrance to the reserve.

Species and habitats

Lapwing, Curlew, Barn Owl, Redshank

Nearby nature reserves

Wolla Bank Pit
1 miles - Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust
Wolla Bank Reedbed
1 miles - Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust
Chapel Pit
1 miles - Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust

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Anderby Creek
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Best time to visit
Apr - Jul
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23.70 hectares

There is no access onto Anderby Marsh, other than crossing it at the north end along the public footpath. It can be viewed from the sand dunes, with excellent views over it from the Roundhouse bird hide, or the footpath section at the south-west corner on the roadside.
Park at Wolla Bank car park.
No dogs allowed
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