Your recent sightings at Blacktoft Sands
Your recent sightings
Larry the White Tailed Lapwing and Friends.
What an amazing couple of weeks here at Blacktoft, around the Humber and the East Riding of Yorkshire. I know it’s been a little while since our last blog. But then our small but dedicated team of staff and volunteers have been very busy looking...Posted 13 Sep 2021 by xDarrenx
Star of the Show
Firstly apologies ! It's been a fabulous time at Blacktoft over the last week and we've been brilliantly busy. Assistant Warden Stuart discovered an absolutely gorgeous White Tailed Lapwing early Thursday morning last week and it's still showing...Posted 02 Sep 2021 by xDarrenx
Midweek sightings update 18.08.2021
Waders are still prevalent around the reserve especially marshland, xerox and townend hides with reports of 56 snipe around the reserve yesterday (17 th Aug). These quirky little characters aren’t always the easiest of spots especially when in...Posted 18 Aug 2021 by xDarrenx
Midweek Sightings Update
The wader spectacle continues – here’s a quick update of what’s been spotted at the reserve. This week’s (so far) star bird is wood sandpiper. There has been at least 2 of these little beauties showing between marshland and xerox hides. Other...Posted 11 Aug 2021 by xDarrenx
Big shoes and little feet.
July has been a headlining weather month breaking record temperatures and lashings of rainfall combined with ear splitting thunderstorms. But the little feet around the reserve have continued to thrive. Here’s a quick round up of some of the...Posted 01 Aug 2021 by xDarrenx
It’s all about the chicks
Please note the reserve is open from 9am – 6pm, covid guidance is in place e.g. test and trace, social distancing, reduced capacity and masks in enclosed areas. Please be kind to others especially if they are waiting for space. Early summer. Haz...Posted 05 Jul 2021 by xDarrenx