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Monday, March 2nd 2015

Visitors have, once again, been enjoying winter views across the reserve. There have been sightings of Mallard, Teal, Moorhen and Snipe on the wetland, as well as several species of birds seen utilising the new feeding station that has been recently installed here by our volunteers.

The last of this season’s Winter Worky Days is this Saturday, if you would like to come and help improve habitats on your favourite nature reserve please let Adam or Matt know so we can organise lunch.

Also, on Sunday 29th March we have a fundraising day at Catterick Market; this is a fantastic opportunity to help raise funds for conservation work on the reserve as well as increase the Foxglove’s profile in the local area. If you are able to help at all, please get in touch with Adam or Matt.

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