The RSBP store is located upstairs above Cotswold Outdoor. The store overlooks the Clyst Valley & our farmland, surrounded by wetlands where we have created a fantastic nature reserve for our local wildlife. The saltmarsh and mudflats surrounding the River Clyst are home to an astounding array of waterbirds. We highly recommend picking up a pair of binoculars and taking a look with your own eyes!
We are thrilled to have RSPB here at Darts Farm. The RSPB speaks out for birds and wildlife, tackling the problems that threaten our environment. Nature is amazing - help us keep it that way!
Around the farm and ponds, you'll see flocks of finches, tits, fieldfares, song thrushes, blackbirds and redwings. Watch the wetlands for brent and Canada geese, teals, wigeons, black-tailed godwits, snipe, curlews and lapwings.
An ideal spot, close to Topsham, to watch birds up close, including spring and autumn migrating birds, and winter flocks of waders, ducks and geese feeding and resting, from the comfort of the Lookout hide.
Your membership helps the RSPB save wildlife, protect wild places and connect people with nature.
The RSPB bird identifier lists 408 species of birds found in the UK, including some rare overseas visitors.
Not to worry, RSPB are the largest stockist of binoculars and optics in and around Exeter!
We love seeing your amazing wildlife photography and scenic snaps of the farm.
You haven't got to be a Scot to enjoy what we have got! Get into the Burns Night spirit with the best Macsween Haggis from our Master Butchers, potatoes from our fields and world-class local Dartmoor Whisky from our Drinks Cellar. If you are feeling creative in the kitchen, why not try making chicken Balmoral or a hearty haggis shepherd's pie!
This rich and tasty haggis shepherd’s pie is perfect for Burns Night – kids and adults alike will gobble it up.
Join us and our in-house expert chocolatier, Louise, on Wednesday 6th April and learn everything you need to know about chocolate; from origin to chocolate making.
It’s time to get creative, hand making your very own ‘Mother Goose’ using locally sourced, sustainable & natural willow with brilliant local artist and sculptor, Victoria Westaway!
Crafted by our Head Winemaker, Alex, at our Pebblebed Vineyard; using the traditional Champagne method, with a minimum of two years on lees (fermenting) in the Pebblebed cellars, before the sediment is removed in the winery. The blend of Seyval Blanc and Rondo grapes make for delicate red berry and rose petal flavours, balanced with a fresh acidity.