TITTESWORTH RESERVOIR

The reservoir from the east bank River Churnet, the main feeder to the reservoir

The Tittesworth site is just 25 minutes drive from Macclesfield, nestling in the north Staffordshire Moorlands, three miles north of Leek. The site is owned by Severn Trent Water Ltd and provides public amenities (car park, visitor centre, cafe, children's playground, fishing) but is managed for the benefit of wildlife.

There are two nature trails, the longest encompassing the reservoir (approx five miles). There are two bird hides overlooking the Conservation Pool at the northern end of the site. The varied habitat - woodland, meadows, a large body of water and feeder streams - has attracted about 215 different species of birds over the years. In a typical year 130 to 140 bird species will reside on or will be attracted to the site.

To view a report on our group's visit to Tittesworth Reservoir on 18 January 2004 click here.

To view the Tittesworth Bird News Reports:
Summer 2004 click here.
Autumn 2004 click here.
Winter 2004 click here.
Spring 2005 click here.

Summer 2005 click here.
Autumn 2005 click here.
Winter 2005 click here

Spring 2006 click here
Summer 2006 click here

Autumn 2006 click here
Winter 2006 click here
Spring 2007 click here

Summer 2007 click here
Autumn 2007 click here
Winter 2007 click here
Spring 2008 click here
Summer 2008 click here
Autumn 2008 click here
Winter 2008 click here
Spring 2009 click here
Summer 2009 click here

Autumn 2009 click here
Winter 2009 click here
Spring 2010 click here

To view the West Midlands Bird Club website for Tittesworth Resevoir click here.