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.
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  • Swallow this cake competition

    One swallow doesn't make a summer...but it's a good start. I was reading up on my swallow/swift/martin ID this afternoon and I got all nostalgic for the balmy days of summer. THEREFORE I'm keen to know when the first swallows start arriving...
  • Frampton Marsh and Freiston Shore recent sightings 2014. January 17th - 23rd

    Coming off the back of last weeks sightings with a very photo heavy theme, I'm happy to throw open the doors to opinions and ask what you want from the sightings blog. I appreciate this a bit of lead balloon as we often ask for feedback and never...
  • Media fame for Frampton!

    Frampton Marsh is clearly the place to be! …And the media agrees with me! If you were watching BBC’s Countryfile programme on Sunday, you may have spotted our very own Simon Wilson! The BBc came to film a couple of weeks ago, and last...
  • We're going to need a bigger boat....

    Er, not boat. I meant carpark. (This being Frampton Marsh and not Amity island) My word, it was busy out there on Sunday. With a large groups of both birdwatchers and a local rambling group visiting us, the car park was pushed to bursting point. We...
  • Thursday sightings, weekend weather and next week's tide times.

    Hi, It has been a very wet week on the Lincolnshire Wash. We are now in the wettest drought since records began! The bird of the day is a black-winged stilt which is showing very well on the scrapes at Frampton. This stunning wading bird has had...
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