Ragged Robin Wildllife Group Visit

Monday, July 28th 2014

The Ragged Robin Wildlife Group visited the reserve yesterday; they spent the morning walking the reserve and enjoyed the many wildflowers, butterflies and dragonflies that can be seen now. During the afternoon we put on a pond dipping session for them.

Toad tadpoles, damselfly larvae and Water Boatmen were amongst some of the creatures seen by the group. Damselflies and dragonflies have been seen laying their eggs in the ponds so it shouldn’t be too long before many more larvae are seen on these sessions.

We hope that you all enjoyed your visit here yesterday.

(0) Comments:

There are no comments for this blog post yet. Why not start the discussion? - use the form below:

Leave a Comment:

Remember my personal information

Notify me of follow-up comments?

The following question is designed to make sure you are a real person and helps us cut down on spam.
Your comments will appear here once an administrator has reviewed them.

How many months are there in one year? (2 character(s) required)

Back to Top

Recent Blog Posts:

Tree Thinning Completed

Posted 20th March 2018

Work on thinning one are of young woodland has been completed today with four volunteers working to reduce the competition from Birch, Bramble and Gorse…

Read More

The Effects of Snow and Ice

Posted 19th March 2018

The second spell of cold weather is now gradually passing, the thin layer of snow is melting and things are warming up.  Lark and Taurus…

Read More

Birds with a Twist

Posted 18th March 2018

Last week I mentioned going shopping for our fund raising over Easter.  I can now give more details.  There are three owls that need a…

Read More

Yet More Species

Posted 17th March 2018

Last year was a bumper year for recording new species, 65 in all.  Already we have added Little Egret and the White-legged Snake Millipede this…

Read More

Sitemap | Accessibility Policy | Privacy Policy | Terms & Conditions |