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 recent sightings: 20 - 26 August 2016

    Howdy folks! Chris the visitor guy, once again here with your weekly round up of all that has been special around the reserve. Two words for you.... curlew sandpiper! Yes, we've had just one or two of these little beauts. But we'll get onto...
  • What’s all the fuss about curlew sandpipers?

    If you have been to Frampton Marsh over the last few days you might have heard us talking about the curlew sandpipers. They’re getting a lot of attention at the moment as our reserve is playing host to around 258 of them (I say around as they just...
  • Frampton Marsh (and Freiston Shore) recent sightings: 13 - 19 August 2016

    Howdy folks! Chris the visitor guy here again with your weekly look of what has been happening at Frampton Marsh. So, let's not much about here. Onto the maps! Bit of rain put a lot of people off. Which is a shame, as the scrapes were stuffed...
  • Do sunflowers follow the sun?

    Along the path by the visitor centre at Frampton Marsh we have sown a wildflower mix strip. When it’s grown up this will be a fantastic place for butterflies and bees, as well as looking very beautiful. Some of the flowers included are perennial...
  • A hare-raising adventure!

    It was nearly a case of 'hare today, gone tomorrow' here on the reserve the other day, as one furry friend almost came a cropper. At this time of year the wardening team are doing a lot of work on the reserve, including clearing vegetation...
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