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: 18 - 24 June 2016

    Howdy folks! This is your weekly round-up ofd the recent sightings at Frampton marsh (and sometimes Freiston Shore) with me, Chris the visitor guy. So, what do we have for you? Alas, no great knot. This rare American wader is sunning itself over across...
  • Magnificent moths and more

    From June 20-26 it’s national insect week! This happens every two years and encourages us to learn more about insects and to get involved. So recently I’ve been swotting (not swatting!) up on my insects. Insects are animals and there about...
  • Bees don’t care what humans think is impossible

    As I look out of my window, I often see a bumblebee pass, buzzing as he goes. They are the iconic, loveable characters in literature such as Babbity Bumble in the tale of Mrs Tittlemouse and the thousands of bees that stood between Winnie the Pooh and...
  • Frampton Marsh recent sightings: 11 - 17 June 2016

    Howdy folks! Welcome back to the Frampton Marsh recent sightings. Alas, no great knot, which is at titchwell. or Caspian terns, which are at Gibraltar Point. But what do we have for you? Let's have a look... There is also a lovely male ruff...
  • Birdwatching on the Boston Belle

    Since I arrived at Frampton Marsh people have been telling me about the great birdwatching cruise run by the South Lincolnshire RSPB local group aboard the Boston Belle. So after one of our volunteers Norman kindly got us tickets, Luke and I headed out...
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