A poem about Brent Geese leaving Langstone Harbour
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Our Young Naturalists weave willow dragonflies for our new Wild Walk sculpture trail with artist Kim Creswell.
Our Young Naturalists have a festive feast, take part in the Big Garden Bird Watch, and get into hedge laying.
Our Young Naturalists head to Lymington and Keyhaven Marshes under blue skies for some coastal bird watching.
Our Young Naturalists catch up and look back on everything they've learned over a fun and busy year.
The first Sunday of the month is volunteer task day and this morning we were continuing work on the path between Goosander and Lapwing hide. The path is being trimmed back and the gravel surface…
My time at the Trust has absolutely flown by, and now it’s nearly time for me to leave my role as Trainee Geospatial Ecologist. I've had an amazing few months here!
A busy few days, either working with the volunteers or on a chainsaw course, has meant that I have not really had time to look around the reserve or hear many reports from those that have.
It finally seems as though the grey phalarope has left us. I am surprised that it has not gone before now as the nights have been fine and apparently ideal for flying. The wood sandpiper remains…
It was a glorious day at Blashford today, to my mind the perfect balance of sunshine and cool temperatures, the ideal autumn day for getting work done on the reserve. It was also a pretty good day…