They have several hides looking out over the lakes and scrapes but the hide that I find most interesting is the woodland one. Set in a 200 year old wood it is home to the usual array of tits and finches but if you are lucky (and patient!) it can and will throw a surprise or two.
Today I was treated to a Muntjac deer feeding just a few feet away from the hide and then a Woodpecker flew in for a free feed. However, the highlight for me were the Nuthaches. They are fascinating to watch. They are able to hang on to branches at seemingly impossible angles, occasionally even completely upside down.