Pulborough Brooks

Pulborough Brooks

Pulborough Brooks
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  • Good start, better finish

    Thanks to Gary for his report and photos from Tuesday. As soon as I opened the car door in the car park I could hear a nightingale singing, and on the trail proper, at least five could be heard at various places, including a ridiculously tame one on...
  • Singing in the rain - 15 April

    Recent Sightings Friday 15 th April – Singing in the rain - thanks to volunteer Phil for his sightings update. This turned out to be an unseasonably wet and cold day which just became worse as the day wore on. After the sunshine earlier in the...
  • Our sensational songsters have arrived!

    One of our Pulborough Brooks nightingales - photo from Mike Beck. Our most celebrated songsters, the nightingales, have arrived! Today, one was singing beautifully at the top of the zig zag path today, and 'adder alley' is once again proving...
  • Downsizing for Spring and Summer

    Recent Sightings – Friday 8 th April 'Downsizing for Spring and Summer' - thanks to volunteer Phil for his report and photos I returned on Friday from a holiday on the beautiful Isle of Mull where I’d been watching the UK’s...
  • Farming for finches

    Linnet by Chris Prince Whilst you might not think there is a great deal of farmland at Pulborough Brooks, we’re managing the wet grassland as a traditional grazed flood meadow which makes it suitable for a range of farmland birds such as lapwings...
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