Pulborough Brooks

Pulborough Brooks

Pulborough Brooks
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Latest blog posts
  • Another Tuesday at the office.

    Thanks to Gary, one of our regular Volunteers, for this short blog post. Things are certainly warming up. Another fabulous sunny day at Pulborough Brooks. On my way to West Mead the nightingale at Fattingates was in full song, and at least four...
  • Electric Lapwings

    The Lapwing population in the UK has been declining rapidly over the last 50 years. Since 1960, the population in England has fallen by 80%. It is now red listed and a priority for the RSPB. This decline is mostly due to the changes in agricultural practices...
  • Bird song bonanza

    A Tuesday morning stroll with volunteer Gary... The early mist cleared to reveal a warm cloud free day. In the car park as soon as I opened the car door the song of a nightingale hit me, and in the trees surrounding the Centre two blackcaps were competing...
  • Nightingales v Blackcaps Friday 10th April

    My first outing at Pulborough Brooks after a lenghty holiday brought another warm sunny day and much speculation about whether this would be the day to see the arrival of the first nightingales of the season. Despite the rather monotonous and ubiquitous...
  • Scarce tortoiseshell sighted today - Thursday

    The scare/yellow-legged tortoiseshell has been sighted again today. In the same area as on Tuesday towards the bottom of the zig zag path and Fattengates courtyard. If you are keen to come and see it, please ask staff and volunteers at the welcome...
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