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Ray's Rambles: What a turn-up!
As Ray nears his target of 800 species, he proves that no stone should be left unturned when on the hunt for wildlife at Titchwell Marsh. To get the best out of the reserve, there are plenty of events and lots of different areas to explore which can open your eyes to all sorts of wildlife. This...
20 Jun 2011
Next Week is National Insect Week!
Ok, so I have a bit of a confession to make, I wrote this blog on Tuesday when the sun was shining and summer felt like it was finally here. It is of course now raining and pretty miserable. However, I still have hope that it will brighten up for insect week next week! Here’s my blog, written...
21 Jun 2012
If I drop off mid-sentence I apologise, the early morning surveys and an 18 month old child have been testing my sleep patterns to the limit. Thankfully I work on a nature reserve and a lunch time stroll can often help recharge my batteries. Today was one of those days. The warmer weather we have...
19 May 2010
Ray's Rambles: Raising the bar
After reaching 800 species Ray aims higher, with a new challenge to complete... Well folks, I have a new target of 1000 species to be seen before the end of the year. The 850 already noted have been put in alphabetical order and the 24 latest additions will be added in a new section. Two birds...
24 Aug 2011
Weekly sightings 22nd to 28th September
Despite some mixed weather conditions bird sightings were similar to the week before, with a few exceptions... Out to sea there were sightings of red necked grebe, red throated diver, great crested grebe and double figure numbers of juvenile gannets. The more notable sightings in land were one or...
28 Sep 2012
Bugs,beetles and winged gems
Being mid summer, it is fairly quiet time on the reserve for birds. The breeding season is largely over and the adults are starting to go through their moulting process where they replace their worn feathers. However, with the arrival of summer, it is an excellent time for looking at some of the non...
17 Jul 2013
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