Places to visit

Places to visit

Places to visit
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Latest blog posts
  • Lakenheath Fen

    25 January recent sightings: It's Big Garden Birdwatch weekend!

    Good morning. Although the majority of the reserve has been frozen up all week, there has still been plenty to see. On Thursday, a water rail was skulking around at the edge of the visitor centre pond and two bitterns were chasing eachother around...
  • Rainham Marshes

    Who hasn't seen a Kronker yet?

    Ravens are early breeders and it will not be too long before 'our' pair of these goose sized monster corvids start a new family on their breeding territory a few miles away. I would like to think that as they have become so accustomed to the marsh...
  • Dearne Valley

    Planets and Pintails - Sightings, 24 Jan.

    Hi Folks! What a day it’s been at Old Moor today. The reserve was very busy indeed – probably in part due to it being the Big Garden Birdwatch weekend but also because the sun shone and at times it almost felt – well, spring-like. ...
  • Rainham Marshes

    Ice skaters

    With ice holding the stiller waters in its cold grip for the last few days it has made interesting viewing around the woodland feeders where previously dropped seed that would have sunk in the blackness is now just sitting around waiting to eaten... ...
  • Minsmere

    Spring is round the corner

    Next Sunday, 1 February, we switch to summer opening at Minsmere. This means that the visitor centre remains open until 5 pm, and the cafe hours switch to 9.30 am to 4.45 pm. To help us to get ready for spring, the cafe will be closing early on Monday...
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
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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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