Now is the time to visit Wood of Cree to see our spectacular bluebells. Accompanied with wood anenome and greater stichwort the woodland floor has really come into it's own. Our latest sighting of Ospreys on the River Cree at the Otter Platform is also very exciting, we are not sure where they came from however I think they are local birds. They were seen hovering and going into the water after fish however didn't catch anything. Sand martins and common sandpiper can also be seen from the Otter Platform to the backdrop singing of sedge and grasshopper warbler.
On our Barclye extension there are more cuckoos around and to be heard. Walking around the site at dusk you may also be lucky enough to see our resident barn owls making the most of the fine dry weather we have been getting.
Bye for now.