Otmoor is a Reserve of wet grassland, reedbeds and blackthorn hedgerows. It supports lowland
breeding waders, including lapwing, redshank and snipe. In winter there are large numbers of wildfowl and waders.
The reedbeds are home to bitterns and marsh harriers. In summer both black and brown hairstreak butterflies
can be seen along the hedgerows. Visitor trail with viewing screens. Download a Reserve map from the RSPB website.
Open Daily dawn-dusk.
From Islip village follow the Oxfordshire Way to the small village of Noke and then onto the Reserve.