Pulborough Brooks

Pulborough Brooks

Pulborough Brooks
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  • Putting on a show

    Following on from our first nightingale sighting on Thursday, more of these great songsters have arrived and are serenading visitors from the usual spots - fattengates courtyard and adder alley. Far from being the skulking fellows that they're renowned...
  • They're here

    A beautiful spring morning at Pulborough Brooks heralds the return of one our reserve highlights. The nightingales are back. And bang on time too. The 10th April has been a regular date for their spring performance to start each year, and they haven’t...
  • The brooks in bloom

    Whilst we’re still awaiting the arrival of our first nightingale of the year, we’ve had plenty of other newcomers over the past few days. The gentle descending tune of the willow warbler can be heard towards the bottom of the zig zags,...
  • Put a spring in your step!

    Spring is a magical time to visit – birds are singing, blossom is blooming, bees are buzzing and butterflies are fluttering. Over the pools and wet meadows the lapwing is performing acrobatic aerial manoeuvres, calling ‘peewit, peewit’...
  • Blackcaps, bank voles and brimstones

    After a rather foggy start, it has turned into a beautiful day here on the brooks. Having been stuck inside in front of a computer all morning, I was determined to get out for some fresh air at lunchtime and went for a short stroll on the heathland trail...
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