Frampton Marsh

Frampton Marsh

Frampton Marsh
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.
Latest blog posts
  • Frampton Marsh and Freiston Shore recent sightings 12-25 June 2015

    Before we start I must throw out a word of caution. There will be access restrictions in Boston over the weekend that will put big diversions on for anyone coming from the south and going to Freiston, or anyone from the north going to Frampton. More details...
  • Wheely hard work

    We had some special visitors yesterday at the reserve. Four colleagues from our Scottish headquarters are cycling all the way from Edinburgh to London, to attend the climate change rally on 17 August. That is 520 miles of pedalling. Along the way they...
  • Frampton Marsh and Freiston Shore recent sightings 5-11 June 2015

    Thank you all for bearing with me on the sightings front. It has been a hectic few weeks that has seen me off work for the last four Fridays of the month for one reason or another. Big thank you to Murray for doing the honours and getting something out...
  • Baby Boom

    So did all that singing, scrapping, showing off, strutting around and nest-building pay off? Oh yes! There’s definitely a baby boom going on here at Frampton Marsh. Mute swan cygnets and Canada goslings can be found on the freshwater lagoons...
  • Frampton Marsh recent sightings

    The white-rumped sandpiper that arrived on 29 th May was reported yesterday and is, we believe, still with us. Look for it on the wet grassland between the lower car park and East Hide among the numerous dunlins and ringed plovers. This area is also still...
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