Wednesday, 21 March 2012

Trimley Reserve

The new raft is almost finished; it's afloat and ready for the final touches.

Friday, 16 March 2012

Nightingale Survey

Please make contact with me if you would like to help with this survey.  I still require many more fieldworkers.



The first of the summer migrants have begun to trickle in; Chiffchaff singing at Newbourne Springs, 8 Wheatear at Landguard and a pair of Garganey at Hazelwood Marshes.

Mid-week Volunteers

The volunteers are worth their weight in gold. This last week they have been working at Hazelwood, Snape Marshes and Newbourne Springs and have achieved a fantastic amount of work.  Many thanks to all of you.
Some of the volunteers

Saturday, 10 March 2012

Snape Marshes

Many thanks to the Snape volunteers for carring out more fencing work at Snape last week.  Good news also, David Hull will be grazing the marshes again this year.

Three adders were seen in the heath restoration area.

Saturday, 3 March 2012

Trimley Reserve

Little Grebe on the reservoir, one of several present.

Friday, 2 March 2012


Many thanks to all the volunteers that have helped me to carry out reserve work these last few days.  Eleven pairs of hands helped with a variety of work at Trimley and five more helped with infrastructure repairs at Snape.
Snape Marshes and an old barge making its way to the maltings