The Trent Port area is flat and overlooks a number of fields and the River Trent. The surrounding fields and hedgerows have good numbers of Red-legged Partridge, Reed Bunting and Yellowhammer. Around 140 species have been recorded here including local scarcities such as Hawfinch, Caspian Gull and European Pied Flycatcher whilst Jack Snipe and Goosander are annual visitors.
You can park by the cemetery at the end of Trent Port Road or by the end of the road near the Trent Port house. The main public footpaths can be found from the end of Trent Port Road. The nearest postcode is DN21 5AR.
Terrain and HabitatRiver, Agriculture, Scattered trees and bushes
ConditionsFlat, Open landscape
Is a telescope useful?Can be useful
Good birding seasonAll year round
Best time to visitSpring migration, Spring
RouteNarrow trail, Unpaved road
Difficulty walking trailEasy
Birdwatching hide / platformNo
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