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
  • February 6th 2016 - Today at Frampton

    After a blank day on Friday, the bittern popped up again on the reedbed. This is probably due to more eyes out and about rather than anything. It was pretty quiet on Friday so hopefully a busy Sunday will get it seen again. It's the right time...
  • February 5th 2016 - Today at Frampton

    Birds birds BIRDS!!
  • February 4th 2016 - Today at Frampton

    Another cracking day on the reserve. Habitats are looking good, water is going to the right places thanks to Big Blue , and best of all there are loads and loads of birds. Did a quick tally for the board of some of our most numerous species. Incredible...
  • February 3rd 2016 - Today at Frampton

    Here are today's sightings from Frampton. Bird of the day was a bittern that few over the reedbed at lunchtime and was also seen later on in the afternoon. This is the 70 species to be seen from inside the visitor centre this year. If you know of...
  • What we're doing on World Wetlands Day

    Today was the first time we've road tested our new and improved pump, and what a timely day to do it on. It is World Wetlands Day , a day to acknowledge and celebrate all that wetlands have to offer around the globe. Here at Frampton and Freiston...
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