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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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Springwatch meets Most Haunted....
Well, this is fun. I'm in the process of moving house to be closer to work. (Until now it was over and hour's commute, each way. And a big petrol bill / carbon footprint). I've moved out of my old place but have a two week wait before I can move into my new one. So in the meantime I am staying...
22 Apr 2013
Just like buses...
You wait ages, then everything turns up all at once! Well, what a weekend. All those northerly winds we've been having (and that have made everything so cold) swung round for the weekend. Strong winds from the south really did bring in all the migratory birds. In the last three days we have had...
15 Apr 2013
More Signs of Spring
Yes, OK. Looking out of the window with yet more snowflakes floating down, you might be forgiven for thinking that Thursday's hailing of spring was a bit premature. But on Friday we had another sign that things are indeed changing. Over by the East Hide a wheatear was spotted. Slightly earlier...
18 Mar 2013
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
Recent sightings 22/03/12
The warmer weather we have had since last weekend has sent some of our winter visitors back north for the breeding season, but it has also brought some of our summer visitors up from as far south as Africa! Our numbers of black-bellied brent geese are slowly depleting as they head back to the Siberian...
24 Mar 2012
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