Rainham Marshes

Rainham Marshes

Rainham Marshes
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  • Say it ain't so, Beefy ..... an important post to read from Martin Harper

    Morning all.... Please take the time to read this blog post from our Conservation Director, Martin Harper.... Click here...
  • Mild means keep going!

    The amazingly mild autumn that we have had so far is prolonging the life of a good number of Mesembrina meridiana on the wing along with Eristalis tenax hoverflies, Clouded Yellows, Red Admirals, Migrant Hawkers and Common Darters.... Mesembrina...
  • Airborne at last

    Our Aveley Marsh family of Mute Swans are now on the wing with one of the four normal youngsters having already having moved. The rest of the family including the gleaming white Polish cygnet are still out there doing circuits. This is the first year...
  • Wennington works - going with a bang!

    Yesterday I blogged about the works that are going on over on Wennington - creating a series of new shallow scrapes and drains across the marsh that would considerable enhance the marsh for wildlife... Well since then things have been going with...
  • Wheatears out - Stonechats in

    Chats are moving south, but some are stragglers from the far north like the late Wheatears are on their way to Sub-Saharan Africa and will keep on moving while others like our dapper little Stonechats may have come from not so far north and are just as...
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