|Location||Mersea Island, Essex, U.K.|
|Managed by||Essex Wildlife Trust|
The site is a sandy hill which rises out of an area of saltmarsh. It has rough grassland and a shingle foreshore. There are saltmarsh plants such as lax flowered sea-lavender, sea rush and golden samphire, and breeding birds include oystercatchers and shelducks.
Access is by boat and is restricted to trust members.
- "Ray Island". Essex Wildlife Trust. Retrieved 9 November 2016.
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