Places to visit

Places to visit

Places to visit
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Latest blog posts
  • The Lodge

    End of October?

    I mentioned a while ago how mild it was, and having just had a walk out on the reserve, I think it's even warmer now - and we are fast approaching November! The Discovery Day went very well last weekend and was very busy; several bank voles were...
  • Rainham Marshes

    Do you know the Muffin Man?

    Well, the Muffin man is in fact two ladies (Kat and Kerry) and they work at The Muffin Makery in Shoeburyness and not Drury Lane...... but other than that they do they same job! Our Halloween delivery of spooky specials arrived this morning by broomstick...
  • Lakenheath Fen

    Roadside barrier: Open at all times once again

    We are pleased to inform you that the roadside barrier will be open at all times once again. If this situation changes, we will let you know as soon as possible.
  • Titchwell Marsh

    October 29th 2014 - Today's highlights

    After several days without any sight or sound, a yellow browed warbler was heard calling on the Meadow Trail again today. Black throated diver - 1 offshore this morning Great skua - 1 chasing gulls offshore this morning Snow bunting - 1 on beach...
  • Arne

    Get your hands dirty for nature

    Hi I'm Stewart one of the RSPB Dorset Wardens, I'm responsible for the practical management of our 9 fantastic Dorset reserves. As you can imagine we have our hands full. On Sunday 2nd November we're holding one of our first practical...
Latest photos
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A Bit Crowded on the Mere.

Not much open water anywhere else.
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A Dragonfly eating a Fly

Well I've not seen this before, it shot up on the bench grabbed the fly and settled back down to...
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a good afternoon at Fairburn

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A Grey Squirrel enjoys the hospitality at Old Moor.

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A Heron in front of Wath Ings/

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A lap wing.

A lap wing frolicking with a pal last Friday, family hide
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A Little Grebe from Wath Ings with lunch.

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A little reeding

Many of these russet charmers can be found at Old Moor's Sparrow Farm.
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A pair of Snipe on Wath Ings

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A watchful mallard

A female mallard keeping a close eye on her young around the wildlife pools.
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A young Blackcap.

I bow to Jo's ID. I hadn't a clue without going home and getting out the "Collins"...
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Adder's Tongue Fern

Adder's Tongue Fern taken at Old Moor. Very much a scarcity for the area.
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