Nor Marsh and Motney Hill are nature reserves cared for and maintained by the RSPB. Nor Marsh is a saltmarsh island and Motney Hill is a narrow peninsula surrounded by mudflats that juts into the Medway estuary from the southern shore.
The RSPB, founded in 1889 by Emily Williamson and Eliza Phillips, is the the largest wildlife conservation charity in the UK, or indeed Europe, with over a million members. The RSPB maintains 200 nature reserves and promotes conservation and protection of birds and their habitats.
As a registered charity donations are gratefully received to fund important work. You may donate when you visit some of their reserves or by clicking the Charity Link below.
Access to RSPB Nor Marsh and Motney Hill is free.
RSPB Nor Marsh and Motney Hill is a designated area - Local Nature Reserve.