Berney Marshes RSPB reserve

Berney Marshes RSPB reserve is a nature reserve managed by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB). It is situated south of the River Bure in Norfolk, England.

It is part of the Halvergate Marshes.[1]

364 hectares of mainly grassland support wading birds such as lapwing, common redshank and common snipe, as well as large numbers of overwintering wading birds, geese and wildfowl.

Berney Arms village and the impressive landmark of Berney Arms Windmill are nearby.

Berney Marshes
TypeNature reserve
LocationNorfolk, England
Coordinates52°35′06″N 1°38′10″E / 52.5851°N 1.6360°E
Operated byRSPB


  1. ^ "RSPB Berney Marshes & Breydon Water". Greater Yarmouth Official Tourism Site. Retrieved 22 March 2016.

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Coordinates: 52°35′06″N 1°38′10″E / 52.5851°N 1.6360°E

Berney Arms

Berney Arms is a remote settlement on the north bank of the River Yare, close to Breydon Water in the English county of Norfolk. It is part of the civil parish of Reedham, is in the district of Broadland and lies within The Broads. It comprises a railway station, a windmill, a farmhouse and a pub which closed in late 2015 (though permission for conversion to a dwelling was refused, and campaigners are seeking to reopen it as a pub). The area is not accessible by public road.

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