You can get closer to all the heron action by taking a look through our binoculars and telescope or having a chat with our very knowledgeable Heron Watch volunteers.

Much can be seen with the naked eye with around 16 nests located in the trees opposite the Visitor Centre in what we call Heron Valley. 

Some of the nests are fitted with a camera which feeds live images through to our TV screen in the atrium, taking you inside the nest from the first egg to feeding chicks and the first flight!

Follow us on Facebook or Twitter for regular updates and stunning photography of the herons as they make their way from birth to adulthood and leave the nest.

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