Pulborough Brooks

Pulborough Brooks

Pulborough Brooks
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  • Connect with nature this summer holidays

    At last the long awaited summer holidays, those endless school-free days, are upon us once again! But what do do when the kids start the dreaded "I'm bored'...? Turn off the tv, pull on the sun hat or wellies and get outside of course! Here...
  • Searching for sandpipers

    Whilst we may be trying to find some shade from the summer sunshine, for some of our birds it is autumn already - the breeding season is over, and it's time to be on the move again. The North Brooks is the place to be as far as wading birds are...
  • Under the Midday Sun

    A run of warm weather has seen the wetland areas of the reserve drying and pools shrinking, but even with the heat of high summer, there are still plenty of birds to be seen. Despite the dry conditions, North Brooks has been pretty good for waders over...
  • The big butterfly count - help take nature's pulse.

    The sun is shining and the meadow is colourful with flashes of purple knapweed and yellow trefoil. A smart peacock glides by, a couple of gatekeepers vie for the sunniest spot along the hedgerow and small skippers flit amongst the grasses. Butterflies...
  • Butterflies, beetles and barn owls

    If you last visited us over winter when the entire site was underwater you would scarcely recognise the view now. Looking out from the visitor centre windows you can barely see any water at all! We are able to retain water on the north of the reserve...
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