Once again, we have been overwhelmed with the number of stunning photographs you have sent us during yet another month of Covid-19 lockdown.
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While it fills the meadows with beautiful yellow colour, and is a great source of nectar for our wildlife, common ragwort poses a huge problem for cattle and horses. Our Reserve Manager, Lorna…
In Spring time, the forest floor is a carpet of colour. From blues, purples, green and white, the flowers come into bloom and the wildlife flock to the sweet nectar.
We waited with bated breath for the first signs of spring, and when they arrived, their colour and sound sung loud and clear. The season is finally here.
As the sun breaks through and the frost drips from the leaves, the land thaws into beautiful, bountiful Spring.
As well as our cacophony of bird species on our 250-acre Nature Reserve, we also have a blooming marvellous selection of flora, which is just starting to appear due to the welcome Spring weather…