Sandilands Pit

Sandilands Pit is a clay pit reserve providing a habitat for wildlife.

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Originally excavated for clay to repair the sea bank following the 1953 floods, this pit has since transformed into a habitat that thrives with various waterfowl, particularly during the winter months, when snipe are also commonly spotted. The reeds and scrub create an ideal nesting environment for reed and sedge warblers. Among the vegetation, you'll find beds of reed sweetgrass, sea couch, and sea clubrush.

There are no walking routes at this nature reserve but it can be observed. Expect to see Reed warblers, snipes, and more.

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