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Ringing the Changes

Perhaps the last of the warm days for a while so I thought I would start with a summery shot of the ox-eye daisies which are just starting to flower n...
24-05-2018 16:05

The Blues

The last few days have seen warm sunshine by day but chilly nights, meaning it has been poor for moths but good for day-flying insects. Today at Blash...
21-05-2018 16:05

Dumping and Cutting, a Tale from the Roadside

There seems to be a lot going on at present. At Blashford we are resurfacing a lot of the paths, the entrance track and a few other improvements will ...
16-05-2018 16:04

Insects on the Up"

The progress of the season has been rather erratic this year, with spells of very warm or even hot weather interspersed with much colder days. Overall...
14-05-2018 16:04

Fitting it all in?

At the end of April our Young Naturalists were joined by Paul from Strong Island Media, who had come along to take photos and film them during a sessi...
10-05-2018 16:04

Being a Responsible Consumer

I visited Fishlake Meadows first thing this morning, the sedge and reed warblers were singing as were cuckoo, cetti’s warbler, blackcap and gard...
10-05-2018 16:04

A Great Day

I arrived at the reserve in heavy rain, always promising at this time of year and looking out form Tern hide I saw 4 bar-tailed godwit, migrants heade...
03-05-2018 16:03

Birds a plenty!

The last week or so has seen many new arrivals to Fishlake Meadows. It seems that the better weather is encouraging lots of activity, although today i...
01-05-2018 16:03

Skies Alive!

Today may have been the last day of April, but it felt more like the last day of January! a bitter north-east wind was blowing hard across Ibsley Wate...
01-05-2018 16:03

Emerging

Looking in the sweep meadow I spotted a yellow rattle seedling just poking up form the surrounding vegetation. These grow very quickly at this time of...
26-04-2018 16:03

Moths and a bit More

The thunder on Saturday night heralded a change to more normal spring weather, but the burst of summer has produced a marked change. In a matter of th...
24-04-2018 16:03

Some light bedtime reading" Last years Annual Report

Every year we present a report to our Blashford Lakes Project partners, Bournemouth Water, New Forest District Council and Wessex Water, covering the ...
24-04-2018 16:03

Oh, to Bee in England?

As though to emphasise the change in season today was one of those rare days when it was possible to see both brambling and swift at Blashford Lakes a...
23-04-2018 16:03

Volunteer Wardens

This week I have been busy meeting volunteers who are going to be wardens at Fishlake Meadows, and giving them some training on what we would like the...
20-04-2018 16:04

Spring at Fishlake Meadows

The warmer weather finally seems to be arriving, with even more forecast for the coming weeks. This is leading to lots of changes at Fishlake Meadows,...
19-04-2018 16:03

Back to some birds

I have been off for the week and today was my first day back. In my absence the reserve has turned green! Many of the trees have leaves bursting throu...
16-04-2018 16:03

Recent Works

There has been lots happening at Fishlake Meadows in the last few weeks. Our contractors have been working hard getting lots of the fencing complete. ...
14-04-2018 16:04

Brilliant Brownsea

It seems like a long time ago now, but mid-March we headed with our Young Naturalists to the Purbecks, to hopefully explore and discover some differen...
13-04-2018 16:03

A word of warning?

We received a report of a break-in to a car on Friday evening, outside of reserve opening hours and not in one of our reserve car parks but in the lay...
11-04-2018 16:03

Garganey!

When I opened up the Tern hide this morning I was greeted by the sight of a pair of garganey feeding just to the right of the hide. It is always a tre...
07-04-2018 16:03

New volunteer evening meeting

On the 21st March we held a very successful evening meeting for the new volunteers of Fishlake Meadows at the World of Water café. The volunteers enjo...
06-04-2018 16:03

April Showers

Or more prolonged outbreaks of rain! Recent days have certainly been making up for the rather dry winter. The lakes which had been unusually low for t...
05-04-2018 16:03

Staggering into Spring

Another rather wintry spring day. I drove across the Forest in heavy sleet, although the pull of spring was still evident, as I passed two displaying ...
01-04-2018 16:03

Moths Again

A combination of the need to do some repair work on the trap and a lot of very unfavourable weather has meant that it has been a good time since I hav...
28-03-2018 16:03

Yellow Days

It is often said that early spring flowers are mostly yellow and there is some truth in this, at Blashford Lakes just now it is certainly the most fre...
27-03-2018 16:06

Something you don?t see everyday

On advantage of working outdoors for a lot of the time is that you do get to see a lot of wildlife. It is not just the range of wildlife that is inter...
25-03-2018 16:03
 



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