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Great White flies into Wallasea
Many of you may have noticed the rapid spread of Little Egrets through the country in past years. I remember well, dashing off to a WWT site in Northern Ireland where the first few of these tropical-looking birds visited Strangford Lough a few years ago, and now they are to be found throughout much of...
3 Nov 2011
Corn Bunting singing its heart out
Corn Bunting at Wallasea Island, singing loudly in the car park on Saturday 14/5/11
19 May 2011
Another red list bird ... this one seen on Saturday 16/04/2011 on the north sea wall at Wallasea.
20 Apr 2011
Re: The Birds of Wallasea Island
Bill Oddie's Beard
And of course a Male Corn Bunting, taken yesterday (04/04/11) on a post half way down the road between Grapnells farm and the Marina turning.
5 Apr 2011
Colour ringed Corn Bunting, Wallasea
The Corn Buntings are back! Every year the Corn Buntings on Wallasea vanish post harvest and disappear for several months. Then some sunny autumnal day, usually in November, they reappear singing from any available song post. The car park fence is a favourite and there is often competition for the right...
17 Nov 2010
4 Nov 2010
Farmers visit Burnham Wick Farm to find out more about Environmental stewardship options
RSPB Farm Adviisor Frank Vargas, held and information morning at Burnham Wick Farm, where farmer Martin Smith showed us how environmental stewardship works for him.
4 Nov 2010
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