Passage migrants and wildfowl on the move as we enter the peak of autumn migration.
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Hobbies in action, Osprey still present and a brief Red Kite
A mini heat wave sees many dragonfly on the wing and a classic early autumn Snipe influx and early duck arrivals.
The osprey first spotted a few weeks ago is still around at Brockholes - fantastic news!
An Osprey hangs around and birds move through on their southerly journey.
Arrivals, departures and autumn movements - our sightings this week from The Look Out.
It's that time of year when the Summer weather starts to show signs of Autumn, with wind and rainstorms a feature of the last week or so (although as I write, it's full Summer again…
It's a warm one this week! Top news is the sighting of Common Sandpiper chicks and the reserve's third Ruddy Darter and regular sightings of White-letter Hairstreak butterfly.
Lots of bird activity around the reserve, wildflowers blooming and insect life to be investigated.
It's that time of year again when you have to be extra careful where you walk! Mini frogs and toads are jumping around and can be quite difficult to see!