This week our reserve teams saw leopard slugs mating, an otter family, a jack snipe, a hornets nest and lots more autumn wildlife.
Suffolk Wildlife Trust Reserve News
This week our cattle had a manicure and we spotted wonderful autumn wildlife including starling murmurations, fungi and migrating geese.
This week our Reserve Teams saw a marbled orb weaver spider, a burying beetle, green fungi and lots more magnificent moths.
This week, our volunteers have been making hay while the sun shines, there’s tonnes of toads and mega numbers of marvellous moths.
This week our reserve teams saw an osprey feeding on the River Blyth, meadow saffron, tormentil and a dor beetle. Meanwhile essential reserve management continued.
This week our reserve teams have been cutting back rides, marshes and fens and spreading orchid seeds for next year's flora.
This week our reserve teams saw greylag geese, a southern hawker, a parasol mushroom, grass of Parnassus, a robin's pincushion, saw sedge and lots more.
This week our reserve teams saw an adventurous mole, strawberry clover, mating sawflies, a frog and lots more...
This week our reserve teams have been busy mowing meadows and building a double-decker hide. They also spotted a wasp nest, an ant hill, marvellous moths and a ramshorn snail.
This week our reserve teams saw a wall brown butterfly, a hornet mimic hoverfly, a wasp spider and a great green bush cricket. Reserve management continued with marsh topping and bird hide…