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Conservation for the 21st century, on a scale never before attempted in the UK!
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Hi, I was walking along the costal path in the reserve when I managed to capture this image Of a Whimbrel? (I thought it's beak was too short for a Curlew) Is this correct? Thank, -- Paul G
6 May 2013
Short-eared owl seen on Wallasea Wander
The Easter weekend Wallasea Wander proved a really good one for bird spotters! This is one of the less common species they saw. thanks to walk guest Andy Shaw for use of his picture.
26 Apr 2011
If you are really lucky, you might see one of the four of these beautiful birds that are currently on wallasea island.
3 Mar 2011
Volunteering your skills!
Local artist John Bulley came to the rescue when we needed life breathed into an idea for a cartoon character for Wallasea. Result? Wallasea Walter! (See earlier blog)
18 Feb 2011
Something Wild and Wonderfowl film show
The RSPB film Waterlands proved a perfect scene-setter for the tour of the island to come.
10 Feb 2011
the now infamous 'Happy Seal' !
Oh YES! Another opportunity to use my happy seal image...........this is one of the lovely chaps/or cahppesses that you might see onthe Wild Coast Paddle. :)
4 Feb 2011
sunset over the Crouch
image courtesy of Richard Russell
4 Feb 2011
The Lady Essex - best mode of transport for a sunny day.....
The Lady Essex, which runs from Burnham on Crouch to Wallasea Island - see www.ladyessex.com
27 Jan 2011
two common cranes in flight
5 Jan 2011
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