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Latest update from the Front Line!
Our correspondent, Graham, has revealed himself as “CatinTheHat”, in future to be known as our Roving Reporter! He reports from the Date with Nature site as follows:- “The peregrines are keeping a very low profile but there is no doubt they are present and paired. Today's...
2 May 2010
News from the "Front Line"
Our most excellent volunteer Graham reports from the Date with Nature site:- “There's a pair of goosanders at the top of the lake. While I was idling the morning away waiting for peregrines to show, I saw something I haven't seen before, namely the female goosander entering and leaving...
27 Apr 2010
Migrate with us!
Monday 31st May, 8:00 am to 10:00 am, Migrant Discovery Walk - nothing to do with patrolling the nation's borders, just a Bank Holiday Monday saunter through the wood and up the hill to renew acquaintance with tiny travellers back from incredible journeyings. A little party of early breakfasters...
6 Jun 2010
Its all happening!!
Been away at the Members Conference for the last few days - well worth going - lookout for details and book for next year! Well its all happening in my absence! An Osprey has been seen on and off for the past three weeks, and an Otter at the Lakeside hide, currently our “Date with Nature”...
21 Apr 2010
Ups and Downs!
Monday and a beautiful day again. There have been some ups and downs over the weekend, however far more ups! We have welcomed to the reserve RSPB Local Groups; firstly on Saturday the Cheshire Group led by Paul Grimmett. As I was welcoming them in car park, the shout went up “Red Kite!”...
26 Apr 2010
Have they - or haven't they?!
We think - we may be wrong, but we don't think so - we think, we are fairly certain, the peregrines have hatched their first chick. This morning (Tuesday, 25th) the activity was intense up there on the ledge, with both parent birds in attendance most of the morning, and, thrillingly, around...
26 May 2010
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