- Ladywalk Reserve
Ladywalk Reserve is a
nature reserveon the River Tame, at its confluencewith the River Blythe, at Hams Hallin north Warwickshire, England, owned by Powergen, but leased to, and operated by, the West Midland Bird Club.
The reserve is best known for its over-wintering
Great Bitterns. Entry is by permit only.
* [http://www.westmidlandbirdclub.com/ladywalk/ Ladywalk Reserve]
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