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A ?Warbler Walk?

A little belatedly posted to the blog, but many thanks to Julia Sey and David Camp for sending in their report following their visit with “Warbl...
22-11-2017 16:04

Cake and Colours

A fine Blashford day and better still one with cake, because we hosted the Pop-up Café once again today. The reserve was fairly busy, both with visito...
20-11-2017 16:03

Because Bob?s not here today?

We haven’t posted a nice fungus or slime mould photo in at least two weeks, so here’s one of a very beautiful and very aptly named Cobalt ...
18-11-2017 16:04

Operation Wallacea!

One of our Young Naturalists, Talia, spent two weeks over the summer taking part in Operation Wallacea. Operation Wallacea is a conservation research ...
16-11-2017 16:03

Wednesday 15th November ? A Little Report

A “Little Report” because there is not much to report from today. The reserve was busy with a large group visiting from Christchurch U3A, ...
16-11-2017 16:03

Some Bird Sightings

A few sightings from the reserve today, mostly from Ibsley Water. When I opened up the Tern hide there were 4 pintail (3 drakes), 3 green sandpiper (t...
14-11-2017 16:04

Skipping

A glorious day to be out working on the reserve today, unfortunately we were not engaged in the most rewarding of tasks.  One of the less desirable si...
09-11-2017 16:06

Residential spaces available!

In a couple of weeks we will again be heading back to Beaulieu for our second Young Naturalists residential. The weekend away in the New Forest is alm...
09-11-2017 16:06

Pochards in the Mist

Okay, so they do not quite have the “wow factor” of gorillas, but they were all that I could see when I arrived to do the monthly waterfow...
07-11-2017 16:05

Some Seasonal Firsts!

Things are getting increasingly wintery, there was a frost on the grass this morning, 2 brambling were visiting the feeder by the car park and the Pop...
06-11-2017 16:03

Winter Pop Up Café open tomorrow!

Following their success and the positive reception with which they were received by our visitors last winter, Nigel and Christine (a.k.a. “Walki...
05-11-2017 16:05

Birds and a Little More

This time of year is often a rather quiet one for wildlife, typically the summer visitors are gone and we are waiting for the winter birds to arrive. ...
02-11-2017 16:04

Smelting and melting?

Last week we embarked on two Wild Days Out with a difference, exploring autumn and the changing seasons through alchemy and art. In particular, we had...
01-11-2017 16:04

Boxes for Birds

On Sunday eleven of our Young Naturalists made twelve very fine bird boxes to replace some of the older ones on the reserve that have seen better days...
31-10-2017 16:04

Discovering nocturnal nature?

…that was the aim of last night and this morning, and despite the coldest night of the autumn so far, we were successful! Looking at the moths i...
29-10-2017 16:03

A Lull

The last few days have been quiet, we are in an interim period, almost all the summer visitors and migrants have gone, but as yet, most of the winteri...
21-10-2017 16:04

Autumn"

Although the weather does not seem to know it we are firmly into autumn now, in fact our winter work program has now got underway. On Thursday the vol...
15-10-2017 16:03

One More Day!

It is the final day of the Wildlife Trust’s crowdfunder appeal raising money for our Secrets of the Solent project. This project is all about pr...
11-10-2017 16:04

Moths and Birds and no Snowberry

Despite the autumnal weather the moth trap continues to catch a reasonable range of species, Friday’s catch included two of the bigger wainscots...
02-10-2017 16:06

Blashford Bird Trail 2017

Well I told Tracy I’d blog the Bird Trail and as she told everyone in her last post that I would be I suppose I really should! The Bird Trail is...
01-10-2017 16:05

Go Team!

Last Sunday our Young Naturalists participated in the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust and Hampshire Ornithological Society ?Bird Trail? her...
29-09-2017 16:05

Black & Blue

Thursday saw another black tern swooping over Ibsley Water along with a ruff, I think a new bird as the long-stayer had not been seen for several days...
29-09-2017 16:05

Some Birds!

A late report from yesterday was of the returning drake ferruginous duck seen on Ibsley Water in the late afternoon. When I arrived this morning there...
26-09-2017 16:07
 



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