The Avalon Marshes is a spectacular and beautiful lowland wetland area with lush vegetation and a high level of wildlife. They are home to a huge conservation effort to protect Scheduled Ancient Monuments, wildlife and this beautiful landscape.
The AMLP have set a limit on the number of geocaches within these reserves and these are all placed by the Volunteer Geocaching Coordinator (see above).
There are five nature reserves within the Avalon Marshes area and the team at the Avalon Marshes centre have liaised with the reserves to allow the placement of geocaches on the following nature reserves.
Ham Wall (RSPB) Click here for map.
Westhay Moor NNR (Somerset Wildlife Trust) Click here for map.
Catcott Complex (Somerset Wildlife Trust) Click here for map.
Shapwick Heath (Natural England) Click here for map.
More details here.
A map overlay (.kml) showing showing the areas covered can be downloaded here.
The map overlays can be downloaded and opened in Google Earth which is a free download for a PC and also as apps for Apple and Android. (N.B. These maps do not form part of any legal representation of land ownership and are created simply as a guide to areas for the purposes of placing a geocache container or marking an area where these are not permitted).
27th Jun 2018.
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