The last week has seen the whole gambit of weather from gale force winds, heavy rain and even some sheet but finally the sun has come out. This has heralded a burst of activity of birds preparing for spring the Tawny Owls in their box have a head start and are already sitting on eggs. Blue Tit's are feverishly collecting nesting material and the kestrel are a little more laid back, no need to collect nesting material they are just waiting for the right moment …………. so watch this space
These camera's are live and available to view at the Visitor centre 10.00am to 4.00pm each day.
And whilst on the Reserve keep your eye's open for the first spring migrants with Sand Martin, Wheatear and Osprey already recorded this year.
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