Right about now (end April) feel the freshness of Spring, anywhere in Suffolk is beautiful but some places brag something special like here The Avenue of Limes just outside Santon Downham
One place I will share with you is Kyson Hill between Woodbridge and the Old Martlesham Village, park at Broomheath [look for all those delightful properties] and walk down the hill to Kyson Point, here at lowtide you can turn right and walk the bund back to Broomheath [this can be very muddy at times]. Or turn left and walk along the river front across the railway line through the recreation field alongside the railway line down a traffic free lane and back to Broomheath taking a rest on one of a few seats. This to me is a delightful place and so quiet........ ] If you catch the tide ebbing then you will see much bird life, Herons, Little Egret, Snipe, Godwits and a host of other waders and ducks and geese frequent the area.
Levington Lagoon is really very remote, it is far enough for not too many to walk to or the car park has only 5 places [if you can find it!] Tide out, listen to the birds, take in the views up and down the River Orwell, the salt marshes need to be protected to maintain the wildlife. [ The Barge, the Steamer and the Fishing Boat make an appealing scene against the Southern backdrop of the Orwell
Bradfield Woods has a wide variety of wildlife within, go in the early Spring and you are more than likely to hear the dulcet tones of a Nightingale. The flowers are lovely and rare including the Oxlip, this is an ancient woodland, lets hope it s kept that way