South Essex

South Essex

South Essex
A landscape of wetlands and marshes nestled along the Thames Estuary.
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  • Spring has sprung in South Essex

    Spring has arrived and its now a great time to get out and look for migrant birds. Early migrants are already starting to arrive with sand martin and wheatear being seen on the reserves. small tortoiseshell by David Lee Spring is when our reserves...
  • Groundhog Day!

    The Thames Estuary is an incredible place for wildlife and it has some of the rarest bugs and beasties in the UK as well as being one of the most important migration routes in the country for hundreds of thousands of birds. It is a highly developed area...
  • Ready........Steady.........SNAP!

    Blogger: Jo Sampson, Project Manager Calling all visitors and residents of North Kent, South Essex and London; The Big Picture – Greater Thames Photography Competition is open for entries! With a break in the weather and a wealth of winter waders...
  • Valentine’s Day – 6 ideas for nature lovers

    Valentine’s Day is nearly here and us nature lovers often look for something slighty different to share on this special day. In fact one year I received a bat detector and I have to admit it is still my favourite present to date! So here are some...
  • Connect with wildlife this winter

    In the busyness of this time of year we all put a lot of effort into celebrating and feasting and then quickly we are sucked back into the daily routines that existed before the holidays. It is, of course, also a time to reflect and think of the needs...
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