Exe Estuary

Exe Estuary

Exe Estuary
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  • Labrador Bay, bonfires, hedge laying and more!

    It’s Friday again so that means another blog post :-) I thought I’d tell you about what we have been up to during the past week, to give you an idea of what we get up to day to day. A couple of weeks ago we spent a day working at Labrador Bay to improve...
  • Marks Blog

    Hello again from Exminster Marshes! I am a new volunteer here, helping to look after the reserves for the next five months. I am enjoying the work here so far, and should gain useful experience. Previously, I was volunteering with the National Trust in...
  • A Barn Owl

    On Monday this week, we were coming back through the fields on Powderham marsh, and one of us spotted a Barn Owl flying. Barn Owl: By Kristina Servant [ CC-BY-2.0 ], via Wikimedia Commons
  • Mulching brambles and counting birds

    As this lovely warm October weather continues, I have just reached my fourth month here at the Exe estuary reserve. The ground is getting wetter and wetter, and huge numbers of birds are starting to move in for the winter. We are moving onto different...
  • 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. ...
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