Wildlife Watching

Swan and cygnets.

As members of the FOSP&NR we are always on the lookout for new & visiting species and monitoring existing species of all kinds. We all play a part of encouraging the visiting public to do the same and report back. Regular visitors always get excited when the Swans are seen on the Pond.

We often get remarks about the activities of the wildlife and the in Spring the wonderful colours that the woodland planting and the Spring bulbs bring as the days begin to lengthen again after a dark and dismal Winter.

Speckled Wood Pararge aegeria (Linnaeus, 1758)

If you come across anything unusual or would just like to leave a message with your views or even an idea for a future project that you may have – go to our ‘Contacts‘ page and we will get back in touch with soon after. Your information and opinions matter to us.

Wildflower Meadow Plants

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