Steart Marshes is a large nature reserve run by the Wildfowl and Wetland Trust near to Steart which is at the mouth of the river Parrett.
The reserve consists of tidal lagoons of the Severn Estuary and the flood defences that were put in place to protect the inland areas from flooding.
Around the high banks are placed a number of hides and screens with a view over the mud flats that attract coastal birds, especially waders.
The car park is free with toilets.
The reserve butts up against the Bridgwater Bay national nature reserve run by Natural England.
Photos relating to Steart Marshes can be found here.