The shop at this site should be open from 12th April 2021

Located on the outskirts of Exeter, Darts Farm is home to a large variety of wildlife. These include flocks of linnets, fieldfares and redwings during the winter, dragonflies, skylarks and kingfishers in summer. There's also a popular shop and tearoom here, part of a larger shopping complex.

https://www.rspb.org.uk/reserves-and-events/reserves-a-z/darts-farm/

https://www.dartsfarm.co.uk/lifestyle/rspb

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Habitat

On the outskirts of Exeter, Darts Farm is home to a large variety of birds, insects and other wildlife. Our shop here is part of a large shopping complex in beautiful farmland, with ponds and wetland areas.

Conservation

Our shop at Darts Farm overlooks the Clyst Valley towards RSPB Goosemoor, where we have recreated valuable saltmarsh and mudflat for waterbirds.

Just beyond lies RSPB Bowling Green Marsh, which we manage as a vital roosting place for waterbirds such as avocets and black-tailed godwits around high tide.

Site information

On the outskirts of Exeter, Darts Farm is situated on farmland but surrounded by wetlands.

How to get here

By train Topsham. 20-minute walk, following signs to Exmouth.

By bus The number 57 Exeter to Exmouth bus stops opposite Darts Farm.

By bike Cycle Path Exeter to Topsham continues to Darts Farm.

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