Places to visit

Places to visit

Places to visit
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Latest blog posts
  • Frampton Marsh

    Frampton Marsh and Freiston Shore recent sightings, 17 - 23 October 2014

    There's been a distinct wintery feel in both air and birds, though this was temporarily shelved on the 23rd with 5 swallows hawking over the reedbed! Summer hasn't left us just yet it seems. Geese and duck numbers are both on the up and are looking...
  • Exe Estuary

    Chapel Wood, Spreacombe

    This week we vistited Chapel Wood , near Woolacombe . This small RSPB reserve is a mixed woodland, mostly Oak/Beech. . The name comes from Spreacombe Chapel and Well, the ruin of which is just to the right as you walk through the main entrance. ...
  • Crook of Baldoon

    Walk on the Wildside

    It is that time again Autumn is here marking the transition from Summer to Winter, deciduous trees shedding leaves offering a spectacle of colours and wintering birds coming in by the numbers. The remnants of hurricane Gonzalo have been and gone and...
  • Langford Lowfields

    Still on the wing

    I had a late common blue butterfly on the wing this morning on the visitor trails at the eastern end of the boardwalk. The butterfly was feeding on the last remaining ragwort flowers - a good source of late nectar there. Clouded yellow was still flying...
  • Ynys-hir

    Ynys-hir Recent Sightings 11th-24th October 2014

    Hi, Welcome to an eventful fortnightly addition of the sightings blog. With so much going on at this time of year it’s been difficult to pick a highlight, however two daytime sightings of otter, one from Domen Las Hide (20 th ) and one from the...
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

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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
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Robin is busy

A busy Robin near the West Mead Hide, 12 March 2012
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Short-cloaked moth, june 2010

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