|Site of Special Scientific Interest|
Looking towards Pulborough across the brooks
|Area of Search||West Sussex|
|Area||158.83 ha (392.5 acres)|
|Natural England website|
Pulborough Brooks is a Site of Special Scientific Interest in West Sussex, England. It is near the town of Pulborough and is in the Arun Valley. The River Arun floods in winter, providing a rich habitat for wading birds, ducks and geese.
The reserve is a mixed habitat of farmland and water-meadows. A circular trail leads from the visitor information centre around the reserve, taking in four hides and three observation areas. As well as birds there is a herd of deer and rare breeds of cattle to graze the meadows. The visitor centre has a café and children's play area.
A recent appearance were a family of black-winged stilts. These were a male and female, with two juveniles. They had bred at Medmerry RSPB in July 2014 and shortly afterwards they moved to Pulborough Brooks.
- "SSSI Citation — Pulborough Brooks" (PDF). Natural England. Retrieved 4 April 2009.