Places to visit

Places to visit

Places to visit
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Latest blog posts
  • Rainham Marshes

    Bumper Baby Boom

    Evening all ... firstly apologies for the lack of blog posts from me of late - so much to do and not enough hours in the day... So what has been going on on the wildlife front? Well, spring is on the wane and despite the recent drop in temperature...
  • Dearne Valley

    Gems - Sightings, 25 May.

    Hi Folks! The exciting thing about rainy days is that the colours of spring shift: all those fresh greens become darker, more intense. The birds too go from matt to gloss and carry on about their spring business just like any other day. Sometimes,...
  • Minsmere

    Little terns return

    Guest blog by Emily Irving-Witt, Lead little tern warden for Suffolk Little terns We should feel privileged that little terns (Sterna albifrons), the UK's second rarest breeding tern and an extremely rare breeding seabird, decide to breed on...
  • Ouse Fen (Hanson-RSPB Wetland Project) - Blog

    A mysterious booming noise...

    If you live in the village of Over, or the surrounding area, you might have heard some mysterious booming noises over the past couple of months. It may have sounded a bit like someone blowing over the top of a bottle. You have probably been listening...
  • Fen Drayton Lakes

    The ins and outs of willow weaving....

    Weave some magic at RSPB Fen Drayton Lakes nature reserve For people looking to try something different this summer, RSPB Fen Drayton Lakes is hosting a willow weaving workshop on their lakeside reserve. This workshop, run by RSPB volunteer Alan...
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Coal tit on window feeder

This cheeky fellow landed on my window feeder at The Lodge to grab a sunflower seed
Posted to: The Lodge
by 139

Bee on purple flower

I took this photo in the formal gardens at The Lodge - great for insects!
Posted to: The Lodge
by 152

Damselfly loveheart

The old swimming pool in the gardens is now a whopping big wildlife pond. Take a look during spring and...
Posted to: The Lodge
by 190

Newt

Smooth newts can be seen in the smaller ponds at The Lodge. This was taken at the pond on the old heath...
Posted to: The Lodge
by 184

Baaaaa!

The sheep at The Lodge help to control (eat) vegetation in some parts of the reserve.
Posted to: The Lodge
by 209

Autumn splendour

The gardens look great right through the year at The Lodge. Here's a view of the back of the 19th...
Posted to: The Lodge
by 177

Hornet mimicing hoverfly

We saw this beast on one of the buddleia bushes at The Lodge. It's cool isn't it?
Posted to: The Lodge
by 184

Aug 2nd 2009 Our 3 Osprey "chicks"

Snip taken from a view of the nest
Posted to: Loch garten ospreys
by 216

Garten? 02-0809

Capture from LG cam
Posted to: Loch garten ospreys
by 139

The Osprey Centre

A Loch Garten osprey's view of the Visitor Centre. Now everybody wave!
Posted to: Loch garten ospreys
by 141

The earth moved

Well it's started this small beast will move upto 40 tons in a load but it will still take 3 months...
Posted to: Titchwell Marsh
by 163

ODIN THE MAGNIFICENT

Posted to: Loch garten ospreys
by 132
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