Meet our adorable otters, flamboyant flamingos and some of the world’s most eye-catching ducks, geese and swans.
Discover some of the most eye-catching water birds from around the world - plus a couple of playful otters – as you stroll around our wetlands, and find out how WWT’s conservation work around the world is helping to protect wetlands and the amazing wildlife that depends on them.
With their striking pink plumage and dancing displays, our flamingos are a must-see during any visit. Get up close to our flocks of Greater and Caribbean flamingos and see their pink feathers sparkle in the winter sun.
Meet our Asian short-clawed otters, the smallest of all 13 species of otter worldwide. They are a joy to watch as they twist and dive in the water.
Our friendly nenes (Hawaiian geese) and honking ross’s geese are firm favourite. With no voice box, the white storks have adapted by creating a clacking noise as they throw their heads back, listen out for this as you explore
Also keep a look out for colourful mandarins, noisy white-faced whistling ducks, the most scariest bird at Martin Mere: the spur-winged goose and many more beautiful water birds from around the world. Can you mimic the ‘oo-OO-oo’ call of the eider duck? One of the most unusual looking birds we have are the Inca Terns, their ‘Dali’ will put a smile on everyone’s face.