WWT Martin Mere Wetland Centre should appeal to the nature lover, the conservationist and the adventurer – in other words, the majority of the great British public!
The Birdwatcher’s Paradise
The centre is a magnet for bird enthusiasts of all kinds, boasting a rich variety of over 100 species of birds from the local area and abroad.
Whether you’re keen to witness the intricate nesting habits of swans or intrigued by the yearly migratory journeys of geese and ducks, the sanctuary offers endlessly captivating sights and discoveries.
To deepen your understanding of this feathery world, take advantage of the informative guided tours and lectures that are routinely available.
For those looking to spice up their visit, the centre offers a range of outdoor activities such as canoe safaris and walking trails that lead you through different wetland ecosystems. These activities not only invigorate but also offer unique vantage points for observing wildlife.
WWT Martin Mere takes its role in education and conservation seriously. Special exhibitions and interactive displays are thoughtfully designed to engage visitors, young and old, in understanding the importance of wetlands as a habitat and their role in biodiversity.
The centre is perfect for family outings, offering educational workshops and activities like pond-dipping and crafts, ensuring that even the youngest visitors leave with a heightened appreciation of nature.
Address – Fish Lane, Burscough, Ormskirk, L40 0TA
Telephone – 01704 895181
Website – https://www.wwt.org.uk/wetland-centres/martin-mere