Monthly Archives: January 2018

Buttercup

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8 Cormorants on Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve Power Lines

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Return of the Herd

Five of the Wilden Marsh herd arrived back on the marsh today, having enjoyed a two month holiday at Chaddesley Wood: Wayne and Waynetta Galloway, and Tulip, Jill, and Buttercup Shetland. Other cattle will arrive when the new growing season … Continue reading

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Canada Geese

Dozens of Canada geese wandering the marsh today.

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Munjac Deer

This muntjac deer sauntered past me at the pond this afternoon and climbed the ramp to the northern corral as if it hadn’t a care in the world. It looked at me a few times, so it knew I was … Continue reading

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Wilden Marsh Heronry

The heronry was busy and noisy this morning. As far as I could tell all 18 nests are claimed.

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GCN Pond Health

Originally posted on The Wilden Marsh Blog:
GCN Pond Debris pile Too much rotting organic matter, such as leaves and other dead vegetation, resting on the pond bottom reduces water oxygen levels and is detrimental to pond wildlife. However, some…

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