Dee Estuary

Dee Estuary

Dee Estuary
Do you love our Dee Estuary nature reserves? Share your thoughts with the community. Or if you're thinking about visiting and would like to find out more, ask away!
Latest blog posts
  • Summer sensations: spoonbills and water lilies

    Here's the latest installment from new blog-writer, Paula: After the astounding reaction from my last blog (ha-ha) I figured I would give this writing lark another go. If you weren't one of the many million that read my last post, then here's...
  • Inner Marsh Farm gets a facelift at 30

    It may only be five years since Burton Mere Wetlands opened its doors, but the RSPB has owned part of the land which makes up the reserve for three decades. In 1986, a modest area of water-logged arable farmland was purchased with the vision of creating...
  • Spoonbills, ‘spots’ and Sleepouts

    I really hope you’re not getting bored of our spoonbills yet – how could you possibly be? Incredibly though, it’s now over two months since the first four turned up out of the blue and set up residence with the little egrets in Marsh...
  • Introducing a new blog writer!

    We're always striving to write more blogs to keep our visitors and online followers up to date with reserve developments and inspire you to visit, so we're delighted that one of our wonderful volunteers, Paula, has decided to start writing for...
  • A 'tern' up for the books

    I hear your groans, but I couldn’t possibly write this blog without using that awful pun. Without question, the star bird of the past week was the single white-winged tern, a rarer relative of the vagrant black terns of which there were multiple...
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