(WWT Slimbridge)


Map (Slimbridge)
To locate the various zones and places of interest at Slimbridge Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (W.W.T.), please click the above image for a larger map (376kb).

Click on thumbnails below for further information.
Andean Flamingo Zone
Asia Zone
Australia Zone
Back from the Brink
Flamingo Lagoon
Geese of the World Zone
Lesser Flamingo Zone
North America Zone
Otter Pool Zone
Pampas Pen Zone
South America Zone
Swan Lake
Tropical House
Tundra Zone
Caribbean Flamingo Zone

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Popular Wildfowl
American Wood Duck (Aix Sponsa)
Black Swan (Cygnus Atratus)
Canada Goose (Branta Canadensis)
Coot (Fulica Atra)
Eider (Somateria Mollissima)
Goldeneye (Bucephala Clangula)
Greylag Goose (Anser Anser)
Hawaiian Goose (Nene) (Branta Sandvicensis)
Lesser Flamingo (Phoenicopterus Minor)
Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos)
Mandarin (Aix Galericulata)
Moorhen (Gallinula Chloropus)
Mute Swan (Cygnus Olor)
Pochard (Aythya Ferina)
Red Crested Pochard (Netta Rufina)
Ruddy Duck (Oxyura Jamaicensis)
Shelduck (Tadorna Tadorna)
Smew (Mergellus Albellus)
Tufted Duck (Aythya Fuligula)
White Headed Duck (Oxyura Leucocephala)

(WWT Slimbridge)
Tundra Zone       Caribbean Flamingo Zone
South Lake
South Lake (Slimbridge March 2014) South Lake (Slimbridge March 2014) South Lake (Slimbridge March 2014)
South Lake, ©Nigel Key - March 2014
The South Lake can be viewed from either the 'Hogarth Hide' or the 'South Lake Discovery Hide'.

The following wildfowl, amongst others, can be found in the South Lake at WWT Slimbridge: -

Photographs ©Nigel Key, click image to enlarge.
Eurasian Teal - Hogarth Hide (Slimbridge March 2014) Eurasian Teal     Information
(Anas Crecca)

The Eurasian Teal, also known as the Teal or Common Teal, is the smallest dabbling duck in Europe.
(Photographed from the Hogarth Hide).

Northern Shoveler - Hogarth Hide (Slimbridge March 2017) Northern Shoveler     Information
(Anas Clypeata)

The Northern Shoveler, or Shoveller, is a dabbling duck and is common in northern areas of Europe, Asia and North America.
(Photographed from the Hogarth Hide).

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