Slimbridge Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust

Slimbridge WWT has recently reopened, with limited numbers, following the latest Government guidelines, to keep staff and visitors safe.

As it is only about 5 miles away we thought it would make a nice day out. After a cloudy start the day brightened up and we enjoyed our visit. The indoor areas were closed, as were the play areas, but with 100 acres of wetlands, with swans, geese, ducks, moor hens, coots, flamingos etc to see, we had plenty to do.

A moor hen family with chick
See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil
Peter Scott founded the trust in 1946
There are several types of flamingos here. These are Caribbean Flamingos

It is wonderful to see places gradually opening up again. We hope things continue to improve.

Stay safe everyone


2 thoughts on “Slimbridge Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust

  1. Dear Carol,
    How lovely to visit Slimbridge when it is so quiet!
    I love the Flamingos and the Otters.
    Looks like you had a good time.

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