Places to visit

Places to visit

Places to visit
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Latest blog posts
  • Dove Stone

    Reindeer Moss Returns to Dove Stone Bogs in time for Christmas!

    Most of the information and photos in this blog come from knowledgeable RSPB volunteer and local naturalist Ken Gartside...thanks Ken! Good news - a moss called 'reindeer moss' has returned to the peat bogs above Dove Stone. This moss has not...
  • Boyton Marshes

    November highlights

    Suffolk has had its fair share of rain over the last couple of weeks, this isn’t necessary a bad thing, the water levels on Hollesley scrape have risen considerably creating a wildfowl heaven. This month we have had top counts of 450 Teal, 36 Pintail...
  • Minsmere

    Springwatch revisited

    After all the wet weather recently, it was great to have a couple of dry days on Monday and Tuesday. We even managed to see the sun again. (Sadly it's wet again today, though the forecast is better for the rest of the week). The better weather...
  • Rainham Marshes

    Suspicions of an Eastern Accent

    Russ Sherriff took these great shots of this interesting looking Chiffchaff on Monday as it fed in the reeds by the Purfleet Hide on Monday. I reckon that there is a good chance that this is one of the eastern forms aka a Siberian Chiffchaff . The...
  • Frampton Marsh

    Frampton Marsh sightings map - 25 November

    Having a play with this as a concept to see if we can get more sightings out more often. Can't commit to daily yet but any feedback much appreciated and if response is high then we'll try and get it up and running. Will also work on my hand...
Latest photos
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Pheasant among the Bluebells

By Hail's View, Woodland Walk.
Posted to: Pulborough Brooks
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Pholiota or scalycap toadstool

The common name of Scalycap is self explanatory. They are found on stumps, branches and wood debris....
Posted to: Pulborough Brooks
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Purple brittlegill

The Russula , or brittlegill fungi usually have bright white stems and gills. The gills will flake if...
Posted to: Pulborough Brooks
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Rabbit

A Rabbit in evening sun at Pulborough Brooks. My first visit, a great place! Even saw a Hen Harrier!...
Posted to: Pulborough Brooks
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Red Admiral Butterfly

along the trail from Nettley's towards Hanger View 01 July 2012
Posted to: Pulborough Brooks
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Red Admiral sunbathing on the path

Posted to: Pulborough Brooks
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Red Fox

from Nettley's hide after a rain shower 01 July 2012
Posted to: Pulborough Brooks
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Red Kite over the Visitor Centre

Red Kite (Milvus milvus) over the Visitor Centre, photo taken from the Cafe 16 March 2014
Posted to: Pulborough Brooks
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Redwing (Turdus iliacus)

Redwing (Turdus iliacus) outside of Nettley's Hide
Posted to: Pulborough Brooks
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Robin

Overflow car park
Posted to: Pulborough Brooks
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Robin is busy

A busy Robin near the West Mead Hide, 12 March 2012
Posted to: Pulborough Brooks
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Short-cloaked moth, june 2010

Posted to: Pulborough Brooks
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