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Reserve Highlights November - December 2012
Habitat Management Jacksons, the contractors repairing the sea wall on behalf of the Environment Agency finally left in November, leaving the sea wall in much better condition, but the southern folding temporarily out of bounds until the surface hardens up enough to be traversable. So if you’re...
10 Jan 2013
Reserve Highlights September - October 2012
Habitat Management Management was carried out on the semi-improved grassland before the brent geese started to arrive in any numbers. Topping was carried out where needed. The main breeding wader semi-improved fields (Bale, 9 acre and Salcott) were treated with their biennial farm yard manure (created...
18 Nov 2012
Reserve Highlights March - April 2012
Habitat Management Drought and flood! The paltry 92mm of rain which fell January to March left the reserve looking somewhat parched going into April with water levels 37mm below ideal. RSPB ecologist Graham White made a timely visit to carry out a water audit and it has poured down ever since. 117...
1 Jun 2012
Highlights January - February 2012
Habitat Management December’s deluge lulled us into a false sense of security with our water levels: January and February were very dry indeed with only 59.5mm rainfall in total. We struggled to keep the new scrape in Bale wet and the rest of the marsh was uncharacteristically dry for the time...
8 Mar 2012
Highlights on the reserve from November and December 2011
Habitat Management November was another dry month with only 19mm rain continuing the uncharacteristically dry conditions for the time of year. But 82mm in December put the familiar squelch back underfoot and provided water to fill the new scrape/wet feature in Bale. Bunds were added at the north eastern...
11 Jan 2012
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