We have had the first ever sighting of a Gannet at Brockholes this week, and we're very excited!
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For the third year running, a new species of butterfly has been seen at Brockholes Nature Reserve.
After a damp start to the month with Boilton Wood flooding, October turned out to be the start of a crisp, bright autumn, with lots of wonderful wildlife to be seen around the reserve.
A very exciting visitor has been at Brockholes this week, a very rare duck, with a very interesting name.
September sees the start of Autumn, and the popping up of fungi all around the woodland. From 'dead man's fingers' to giant puff balls, we've seen it all so far, with much more…
Butterflies in abundance and a very rare ornithological sight; brilliant bugs and dragons a plenty, there has been so much to see at Brockholes this month, every day was something new.
In June, the fledglings start to grow into ‘teenagers’, while the parents teach them how to survive on their own. For insect lovers, June is when insect life is most abundant and the best time to…
May is always a lovely month for wildlife. Whatever the weather, the circle of life moves forward and nests are built, breeding season continues, fledglings start to appear, and families explore…
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.
Over the last few weeks we have had a new visitor on the site. He's extremely rare in Lancashire, and many of our visitors have enjoyed seeing him on Meadow Lake.