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RSPB Frampton Marsh offers the opportunity to explore the wildlife of the Wash, brought closer to you through the creation of reedbed, freshwater scrapes, and wet grassland. Discover the joys of one of the largest areas of saltmarsh in the UK.
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Sightings so far this week and the weekend tides and weather
What's around? It's been an unusual week on the reserve, with the funny weather bringing in birds we haven't seen for a while. Here are the highlights: Kingfisher infront of hide (at Freiston Shore) - Paul Sullivan. Kingfisher - 1 individual seen around the dykes near the east...
25 Oct 2012
The first of the autumn: recent highlights, weekend weather and tides.
Recent Highlights Black-tailed godwits - 1500 - they put on a fantastic display, wheeling and swirling in unison above the reedbed this today. House martins and sand martins - the clear weather and wind brought a few hundred house martins and 50+ sand martins through the reserve on Tuesday Wheatear...
13 Sep 2012
Double vision: two black-winged stillts on the reserve
No, I haven't been having a sneaky tipple before opening up the Visitor Centre..and my binoculars are not broken either... You may have heard that a black-winged stilt which arrived at Frampton Marsh a couple of weeks ago has been hanging around, giving great views to visitors. You may also...
5 May 2012
Recent sightings 14/03/12
We've had a strange mixture of weather over the last week; warm and sunny one day, cold and wet the next. Luckily this hasn't phased the wildlife and there's been plenty to see on the reserve. Here's a quick run down on what's about: 70+ Whooper swans 30+ Avocets 30 x Twite...
14 Mar 2012
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