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  • Blog Post: Recent Sightings at RSPB Ham Wall 16.11.2012

    The final push to complete the work in Phase 1 (the section in front of the 2nd viewing platform) has enabled us to complete the works and we are now allowing water levels to rise in this section. As the levels rise, albeit slowly, the habitat should become suitable for wading birds at first (with several...
  • Blog Post: Recent Sightings at Ham Wall 18.11.11

    It's been another busy week on the reserve with plenty to report. One of the most notable sightings this week came via one of our volunteers, who was on the first viewing platform early on Saturday (12th Nov) morning. He reported 6 different bitterns in front of the platform - 3 sitting on the ground...
  • Blog Post: Booming Marvellous

    The Starlings seem to very happy at the far end of Shapwick Heath as they have now settled for their 2nd week. The numbers of birds are still huge and crowds of people who have been coming down to enjoy the spectacle have not been disappointed with their fantastic displays. In fact this week the displays...
  • Blog Post: Recent Sightings at RSPB Ham Wall 29.11.2013

    There has been plenty of work for staff and volunteers to get stuck into in recent weeks and there's barely been time to draw breath, let alone enjoy the feathery fruits of our labours. Work has continued on the new raised screen at Waltons (the Tor View Hide as it will be known) and the structure...
  • Blog Post: Recent Sightings at RSPB Ham Wall 31.01.2014

    The winter months are hard enough for our birds & Wildlife but the perpetual rain we are experiencing on the Levels recently must really be causing a problem for some species. There are some spectacular sights though if you know where to look with thousands of Wigeon, hundreds of Pintail and several...