Old Hall Marshes

Old Hall Marshes

Old Hall Marshes
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Latest blog posts
  • Recent Sightings - 9th May 2014

    Recent sightings at Old Hall Marshes up to 9th May 2014: Hobby – two birds seen flying over the reedbed on 30 th April and one perched in bushes north of the reedbed on the 6 th May Whimbrel – numbers reached a peak of 100 (minimum)...
  • Weekly wildlife round-up - Look at those legs!

    For the first time since 2002 Black-winged stilts have graced the marshes at old hall. The birds stayed for four days from 14 th April, with the last sighting on Thursday 17 th April. It is presumed that they are the same birds seen at Bowers Marsh RSPB...
  • 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...
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