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
  • Half-term Hijinks!

    It's Friday. It's gone 5 o'clock. No, not time for Crackerjack (and my word, that dates me...). But it is the start of the half-term holiday. Hurrah! Well, maybe not hurrah. You may well be a parent or grandparent wondering what on earth...
  • Cuckooflower Fairies?

    One of the winged creatures that is currently much in evidence here at RSPB Frampton Marsh reserve is the orange-tip butterfly. Look for them along the hedgerows and lanes and around damp grassland areas. Adults are first seen in late April to May and...
  • Reserve update: Path closure and sculpture unveiling day

    As you may well know we are having an all singing all dancing super dooper public art day on Saturday 23 May. If you've not heard about the sculpture then check out the development blogs here , here , here and here . Obviously something...
  • Now then, me duck!

    There’s a new addition down at the reserve. One who loves to play games! Dilly is a small yellow duck. She heard how lovely the reserve at Frampton Marsh is, and has come to stay with us. She loves to go swimming on the ponds, dabbling around...
  • Always on the Move!

    ...and the inspiration for this week’s reflections from Frampton Marsh comes from Roly Lloyd from Adelaide, South Australia. Roly visited us this week with his brother who resides in the UK, and who is a member of the RSPB, so I thought I’d...
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