I will be taking visitors on a 2 hour walk to look at the new habitat creation works at the north end of the reserve. The excavations have been carrying on apace this year and we can see how the land and wetlands are formed before the water floods the new lagoons and reedbeds. We will also look at a 5 year old reedbed which has breeding marsh harriers, bearded tits and a booming bittern. Harriers have young at the moment and there is a good chance of seeing an aerial food-pass which can be quite spectacular.
The walk begins at Earith Bridge at 6.30pm. For further details open the events page on this website.
Barry O' Dowd (Warden).
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