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 12th 2016 - Today at Frampton

    Here are today's sightings and they pretty much sum up the week. Loads of wildfowl across the reserve and birds of prey on the prowl if you're in the right place at the right time. The Spotted Redshanks and Rock Pipits have been faithful to their...
  • February 11th - Today at Frampton

    Roads Farm 3 Spotted Redshank 20 Ruff 3 Rock Pipit Reedbed drake Scaup Avocet Tuftchard 71 Pochard Sparrowhawk Barn Owl at reserve entrance Marsh Farm 208 Pink-footed Geese 4,000 Golden Plover 2...
  • February 10th 2016 - Today at Frampton

    Full to bursting with birds once more. A raptor spectacular over the saltmarsh in the afternoon with Barn Owl, male Hen Harrier and Marsh Harrier all together in one binocular view! Thank you for the feedback on the writing by one of our regular...
  • 9 February 2016 - Today at Frampton

    Apologies for the lack of blog yesterday. The high winds meant everything kept a low profile. Still relatively quiet today. The bittern took a stroll over to Freiston, then came back again
  • 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...
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