Otmoor

Otmoor

Otmoor
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Latest blog posts
  • The trials of the Turtle dove

    Is there anything more evocative than the sound of a Turtle dove ‘purring’ from a hedgerow, one of the best indicators that a British summer is finally here? Unfortunately, the Turtle dove is one of Britain’s fastest declining...
  • The Black hairstreak

    Sometimes, we can all be forgiven for focusing on the birds at Otmoor, however, the site is important for a number of other things aswell... Here on Otmoor we are lucky enough to have one of Britain's rarest butterflies in resident, the Black hairstreak...
  • Whats about at Otmoor?

    22°, the sun is shining and the birds are singing, we are overdue some nice weather after the last few miserable weeks and we are certainly experiencing it now! As the temperatures increase, the wildlife is responding brilliantly. So what can be...
  • A warm welcome

    This week, RSPB Otmoor is saying goodbye to the current Warden, Joe Harris, who is leaving Otmoor after five years to become the new Site Manager at Langford Lowfields, one of the other fantastic reserves we have in the Midlands region. Joe’s...
  • Chick pics

    Otmoor is amazing for bird life at the moment. 8 hobbies were dashing about over the reserve yesterday catching insects, a marsh harrier was hunting over the reedbed and common terns were elegantly gliding around looking for small fish. Swifts and swallows...
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