The latest news from our Reserve Wardens. This week: reptiles warming up, a night time fox, bounding otters, a rare brook lamprey and lots more spring wildlife.
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The latest news from our nature reserves; this week, a white-tailed eagle, flowering fritillaries, firebugs, mating toads and lots more spring wildlife.
Catch up on the latest news from across our nature reserves, this week spring is in full swing with birds, butterflies and wildflowers flourishing.
This week has seen a flurry of spring bird activity, more wild flowers, reptiles emerging and a delightful group of hares.
This week our reserves are bursting into life with birdsong, wildflowers, caterpillars and blossom whilst essential habitat and livestock management continues.
This week our wardens spotted a raft of common scoter, blackthorn blossom, barren strawberry and long tailed tits.
Spring is in the air! We've seen and heard some wonderful signs of the new season, and also spotted some more exciting mammal tracks on our reserves.
This week the Reserve Wardens have been busy hedge laying and reed cutting, creating new wetland scrapes, and admiring fabulous fungi and badger footprints.
This week our Reserve Wardens admired an amazing ancient crab apple tree, spotted a great white egret and scarlet elf cup fungi. We also said goodbye to the snow, and reserve management work…
This week saw heavy snowfall across many of our reserves, creating some stunning scenery and extra tasks for the wardens and volunteers clearing snow drifts and fallen trees. The wardens also…