Dee Estuary

Dee Estuary

Dee Estuary
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  • Burton Mere Wetlands closed Monday 7 & Tuesday 8 April

    Now we've finally seen the back of the wet and wild winter, we can look forward to hopefully another long, hot summer. With the path connecting Burton Mere Wetlands to Inner Marsh Farm nearing completion, the reserve will soon offer an extensive walk...
  • An overdue update and advanced notice of temporary closures

    As winter draws to a close, it’s time to reflect on the past couple of months that have passed by in a blur. Memorable not only for being milder than the previous few, but also for the severe storms which whilst damaging to some parts of the country’s...
  • A disappearing pipit makes it an unhappy new year for some.

    “Happy New Year” to you all and we hope that the beginning of 2014 has been as good for you all as it has been for us here at the Dee Estuary reserve. It has certainly been a busy start to the year with the latest spring tides making for excellent...
  • Winter Wonderland

    Just a quick post to keep everyone updated on the recent goings-on at Burton Mere Wetlands and the Wild Wirral "Date with Nature" events, which are now gathering momentum as the winter wildlife increases in numbers. The deteriorating weather...
  • A new kid on the block

    Last week saw the Dee Estuary staff team grow by one, as we welcomed our new Information Assistant, John Langley, who will be showcasing the spectacular wildlife around the estuary and the Wirral during this winter contract. This latest blog was written...
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