Old Hall Marshes

Old Hall Marshes

Old Hall Marshes
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  • Weekly wildlife roundup – Noisy `Med` Gulls!

    The reserve has seen more migrants and summer visitors arriving this week with lesser whitethroat, willow warbler, sand martin, whimbrel and wheatear all being seen for the first time this year. The reserve is a great site for seeing whimbrel as numbers...
  • Weekly wildlife roundup – First of the spring migrants

    This week has seen a return to warm, sunny weather with temperatures peaking at 19°C (66°F) on the 1 st April. This has heralded the arrival of many spring migrants with a large influx of blackcaps overnight on the 31 st and a sedge warbler singing...
  • Weekly wildlife roundup - 24 March 2014

    Sightings this week included: Avocet – A flock of 78 on Tollesbury Fleet on the 17 th . Red Breasted Merganser – 9 individuals recorded around the site. Eider – A male bird sighted at the eastern end of Great Cob Island on the...
  • Weekly wildlife roundup - Early lapwing scrapes

    A quiet week for bird sightings with the spring migration not yet underway but with many wintering species seen in low numbers. A sure sign that spring is on the way was the finding of a lapwing scrape as early as 12th March. Their nests are referred...
  • Weekly wildlife roundup - A spring in our step

    With spring now officially upon us we can already see the changes in the wildlife and in particular the birds. The skylarks have been out in force all week, singing at full volume and making their presence clearly known, whilst the great-crested grebes...
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