Places to visit

Places to visit

Places to visit
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Latest blog posts
  • Islay - Blog

    Some of our...

    ...nearly 800 sheep in for various jags, sprays and inspection today at the Oa. Here's a thrilling action shot of Geraint in mid spray, in what looks like some kind of post-apocalyptic ruin but is in fact one of our state-of-the-art livestock handling...
  • Campfield Marsh

    A magnificent hay crop.

    A tranquil scene. The best summer we’ve had for years: the sun shone pitilessly down, week after week, here at North Plain. The hay in the meadows was growing longer and longer and was bone dry. In my estimation – it had been looking very...
  • Coombes & Churnet Valley

    An evening in the wild flower meadow

    Wild flower meadows are very busy places. I learned a long time ago that it’s important to watch where your feet fall to keep from crushing any little creatures. Fortunately, you don’t need to be an expert to discover the variety of life,...
  • Dearne Valley

    Wednesday and Thursday combined -30 & 31st July

    Somehow I seem to have lost a day, so I'll try to make up for it in this bumper sightings post. Black-tailed godwit count in the book for the last couple of days reached five on Wath Ings where there were also sightings of snipe, green sandpiper...
  • Pulborough Brooks

    Upcoming events

    Have you ever seen a cricket, face to face? Or met a dragonfly nymph measuring several centimetres long? or have you heard the story of Swallow and "The Journey Home"? This week we have had Grass Sweeping in our wildflower meadow, where butterflies...
Latest photos
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Pheasant among the Bluebells

By Hail's View, Woodland Walk.
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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....
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Purple brittlegill

The Russula , or brittlegill fungi usually have bright white stems and gills. The gills will flake if...
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Rabbit

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

along the trail from Nettley's towards Hanger View 01 July 2012
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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
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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
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Redwing (Turdus iliacus)

Redwing (Turdus iliacus) outside of Nettley's Hide
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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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