Minsmere

Minsmere

Minsmere
Explore, discover and enjoy nature at Minsmere. There's always something exciting to inspire a return visit to Suffolk's natural treasure.
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  • Kessingland little terns end of season report

    Guest blog by Lana Austin, Little Tern Warden 8.30am every day at Kessingland little tern colony: Park. Collect telescope and binoculars. Walk the path along the cliff. Say hello to regular dog walkers. Hear the terns chattering away. Peer over the...
  • Wrynecks, waders, wheatears and more

    The exciting summer of family activities and superb wildlife watching has continued, despite occasional periods of heavy rain (most notably on Bank Holiday Monday!). Pond dipping, owl pellet dissection and minibeast hunts continued to be popular with...
  • An opportunistic otter

    It was a bit of a heron fest at Minsmere today. A great white egret spent a bit of time at Island Mere this morning, with bitterns seen in flight there later. Seven spoonbills moved from the Scrape to Lucky Pool this morning. Plus of course there were...
  • A passion for wildlife

    Guest blog by Steve Biggs, owner of our latest corporate member, High Poplars B&B, Hinton High Poplars Bed and Breakfast is just 4 miles from RSPB Minsmere. Deborah and Steve are so very pleased to have become a corporate supporter of such an...
  • The birds and the bees (and butterflies and machines and...)

    Despite the weekend storms and frequent heavy showers, our insects are continuing to attract a lot of attention. Butterflies such as gatekeepers and meadow browns are attracted to brambles, small coppers and common blues on the North Wall and dunes, and...
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