A wildlife reserve on the North Sea coast, Suffolk Coast Nature Reserve covers an area of 1,340 hectares (3,311 acres). It is managed by the RSPB, Suffolk Wildlife Trust and Natural England. The Suffolk Reserve comprises three smaller and utterly distinct reserves; Walberswick, Hen Reedbed and Dingle Marshes.
For wildlife enthusiasts the reserve is an unspoilt haven. Otters, five species of deer and over 280 bird species live within the reserve amongst a variety of beautiful habitats. Visitors can explore wetlands, grass heathlands, lagoons, fens, saltmarshes and creeks to discover rich vegetation and varied flora.
There are a number of waymarked trails within the reserve, allowing visitors to safely hike across the landscape. For a more interactive and informative experience, audio trails can be downloaded and followed too.