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Back Again

I was back at Blashford after a week away in North Wales. It was a good many years since I was there and it was great to visit familiar places and som...
19-02-2018 16:03

Thayer?s Gull

There has been much excitement in recent days at Blashford Lakes over the sighting of a potential Thayer’s gull. I say potential because these a...
06-02-2018 16:03

How Wild Should We Go"

I was asked recently “Why can’t you just let nature be nature"” from which I understand the questioner meant, why do we do mana...
04-02-2018 16:03

Wetlands

This week has been busy working with volunteers at both Blashford Lakes and Fishlake Meadows. Both are wetland sites, rich in wildlife and the tasks h...
03-02-2018 16:03

Counting birds and a community fund

On Sunday our Young Naturalists took part in the garden bird watch, visiting the woodland hide and watching the feeder and trees close to the Educatio...
02-02-2018 16:03

Natural Wellbeing

We know that a strong connection with nature has countless benefits for people’s health and wellbeing, which is why we began Natural Wellbeing s...
01-02-2018 16:04

Preparations for Spring

It was a properly frosty morning, but walking round to open up the hides this morning signs of approaching spring were everywhere. The snowdrops near ...
31-01-2018 16:04

On Show and No Show

When I arrived at Blashford on Friday afternoon to join our brilliant volunteer team for the annual “Thank you” event I was greeted with n...
30-01-2018 16:02

Listing, Lessons and Speculations

Like lots of people who look at wildlife I cannot resist keeping lists, not usually very thorough and I usually lose interest in about mid-February ea...
23-01-2018 16:02

Who would live in a house like this?

On Thursday I joined volunteers Brenda, Jacki and Sarah to put up the twelve nest boxes made by our Young Naturalists last October. Brenda had made a ...
22-01-2018 16:03

Making Preparations

Although it feels very much like winter there are preparations for the coming spring afoot. At Blashford Lakes I spent Tuesday working with our volunt...
18-01-2018 16:03

Hedges, Terns and Starlings

During the last week I seem to have been all over the place, doing all kinds of things. As usual we had two work parties, one on Tuesday, when we did ...
15-01-2018 16:03

Counting and Estimating

It was a very grey dawn that broke as I waited in Lapwing hide this morning in an attempt to count the goosander roost on Ibsley Water. Unfortunately ...
09-01-2018 16:03

Just the Job

The Pop-up cafe was back and so were our splendid Blashford volunteers, for their first task of the new year. I had planned a hedge-laying task but th...
08-01-2018 16:03

New Years Day ? Listers, Cakes and a Wolf Moon

As might have been expected the reserve was busy today, with birders out to start their yearlists, lots of people out for a walk and a bit of wildlife...
02-01-2018 16:03

Windy Fishlake

I made a short visit to Fishlake Meadows today, luckily it was dry and sunny, I managed to miss the squalls that came through earlier in the day and t...
01-01-2018 16:03

A Cold and Frosty Morning

Despite the chill, seven volunteers turned out today to do a dead hedging task at Blashford Lakes. I am a great fan of the dead hedge, when we are scr...
29-12-2017 16:03

A Fishlake Wander, Recent sightings and Festive Opening

Work at the new Trust reserve at Fishlake Meadows is picking up, with the fencelines being cut out and plans being made for the start of willow coppic...
24-12-2017 16:03
 



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