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Playing the waiting game!
They say persistence pays off don't they? Well I can vouch for that, over the last couple of days I have persisted in my pursuit of that much coveted Cetti's warbler photo and I got one!! Granted it's not the best photo in the world but I'm quite pleased after they have taunted me for...
15 Aug 2012
Deer Watch Guided Walks
Mondays 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 July and Fridays 6, 13, 20, 27 July at 7:30 - 9:30 pm Every Monday and Friday evening in July, enjoy a relaxing guided walk for all the family to look for our red deer and other summer wildlife. Or shop will be open from 7 pm. Costs for one of these walks: RSPB members...
2 Jul 2012
Roll on July!!
It is hard to believe that June is nearly over, and with July fast approaching our red deer on the reserve should be producing more and more offspring. The one calf that has been seen is performing well, leaping and bounding around full of the joys of err summer I suppose you could call it. The...
28 Jun 2012
Deer oh Deer
Hello, so whats been happening here at Leighton Moss over the last few days? Well our red deer are becoming more and more active out on the reserve, mainly from Griesdale and Tim Jackson hides where i am based most days. Our usual group of hinds have recently been joined by a small bachelor group...
13 Jun 2012
Red Deer not "Rain" Deer!
Well firstly hello!! My name is Kevin Kelly and i am the new Date With Nature (DWN) information assistant for the Red deer project here at Leighton moss! I come from a sales background and have been birding for years, so i'm hoping my enthusiasm for wildlife will be contagious. Well less about...
31 May 2012
Red deer & recent reedbed regulars
Red deer are being regularly seen. There have been reported sightings of up to 15 in a group spotted wandering around the Griesdale / Tim Jackson end of the reserve. They wade through the water and mud, munching the yellow flag iris leaves as they go. It is about this time of year, late May / early June...
26 May 2012
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