Your recent sightings at Conwy
Your recent sightings
Birds, otters, butterflies, orchids...
As we move further into the spring things certainly get busier on the reserve with more insects emerging, plants coming into flower and birds feeding their young, while spring migration continues to produce the unexpected. A significant highligh...Posted 29 May 2022 by Tim Wallis
Early Spring Arrivals
It’s been a while since the last update from the reserve and there’s been quite a few developments and notable wildlife sightings during this time as spring migration gets underway. A particular highlight was the presence of five garganey includin...Posted 26 Mar 2022 by Tim Wallis
Winter work continues...
The new year has begun with a variety of work going on around the reserve. Some significant changes are currently taking place in front of the coffee shop where we have been deepening part of the shallow lagoon so that the area immediately in fron...Posted 22 Jan 2022 by Tim Wallis
Winter birds continue to move in
The arrival of goldeneye on the reserve is always a sign that winter is just around the corner. We have a small number of these birds over-wintering here each year, and a female seen on 15/10 was the first of this winter (library photo by Ben Hall...Posted 27 Nov 2021 by Tim Wallis
Autumn migrants and winter arrivals
A mixture of autumn migrants passing through the reserve, along with winter birds arriving has resulted in a nice variety of bird species present over the last few weeks. Water rails have been particularly prominent with regular sightings of up to...Posted 15 Oct 2021 by Tim Wallis
Autumn migrants on the move
Autumn migration has brought a good variety of birds to the reserve over the past few weeks, with some of the main highlights including an adult black tern which appeared briefly over the deep lagoon on 29/8 and up to two garganey , at least one o...Posted 12 Sep 2021 by Tim Wallis