A welcome return - first sighting of a pied flycatcher in the woods right behind the visitor centre. What's going to be next?
also in are, Sand Martin, Chiffchaff, Willow Warbler, Blackcap, Swallow, Wheatear and Sandmartin,
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Rejoice!The first egg was seen in the nest at 10.10 this morning. Saturday 5th April 2014 Here is a link
Last few weeks of habitat management work before the breeding season begins. Neil and Geithin finishing off cutting the rushes on the smaller islands at Marian Mawr. Still time to put up a nest box at home or if doing some last minute pruning of bushes, why not leave a pile in a corner, it might become a new home for hedgehogs, newts or toads.
AJ Butler one of our contractors getting to grips with the rush cutting on Breakwater fields in preparation for the wader breeding season.
Half term here next week. Sunday's forecast looks a little damp at the moment, perfect for coming to the visitor Centre and making a nestbox to take home! Drop in from 11am-3pm, wooden nestboxes £7 each.