Broadwater Warren

Broadwater Warren

Broadwater Warren
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Latest blog posts
  • Wildlife Roundup 13/4

    Spring has started to arrive at Broadwater Warren with the return of summer migrants and emergence of woodland plants such as wood sorrel and primroses . Willow warblers have started to be heard singing along the woodland edge as well as several blackcaps...
  • Wildlife Roundup 16th March

    Gorse is an important habitat and nectar source for a lot of different species especially at this time of year, so keep an eye on the bushes we have at Broadwater Warren. Last week a bee survey found several different species including Tree bumblebee...
  • Spring has sprung

    Accompanied Nick on a bee survey this morning in beautiful sunny weather. Flowering gorse provided an early nectar source and some of the bushes were humming, mainly with Honey Bees but we also recorded Buff-tailed and Tree Bumblebee, plus 2 mining bees...
  • Wildlife Roundup

    This week a pair of Grey Wagtails have returned to Broadwater Warren at the Decoy pond. This is where they successfully reared two broods last year. Flocks of Meadow Pipits can still be seen feeding on the heaths as well as a pair of Stonechats near...
  • Wildlife Weekly Roundup

    Plenty of birds are now starting to sing on the reserve which is a encouraging sign of spring on its way. Woodlarks have been singing on the Western heath and the Eastern heath off the main path from the car park. Around decoy pond Great Spotted Woodpeckers...
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