The Teich Bird Reserve is visited on foot along a 6 km-long circular path. The path goes through or runs alongside the full range of different natural habitats found in the Teich Bird Reserve, enabling you to build up a good overall picture of the site and its surrounding areas.
20 roofed viewing points are located along the path at places where you are most likely to see birds. Spread out at approximately 300 metre intervals, they will help ensure that your visit will be a comfortable one, whatever the weather (rain, low or high temperatures).
4 raised viewing stations offer panoramic views over the different habitats of the Teich Bired Reserve and its surrounding areas. These stations areexcellent places from which to observe migrating birds.
Toilets equipped with drinking fountains are located at the reserve entrance and one third of the way along the path.
The path is flat and level and suitable for most types of footwear, including formal or dress shoes.You should allow at least 3 to 4 hours to complete the circuit (including time spent bird-watching). Visitors with reduced mobility or visitors with young children can take a shorter route (approx 2.5 km). For people with reduced mobility, there is a tailor-made itinerary which avoids steep gradients and any viewing points that are only accessible by stairs.
Dogs and other pets are not allowed in the reserve