Your recent sightings at Mersehead
Your recent sightings
Ringing out the Changes - Spring's in Full Swing!
RSPB Mersehead Blog 7th -13th May 2022 Well it’s certainly been a busy week at Mersehead! What a change from the classroom life of a full time primary teacher, I’m exhausted in a different way every day but I'm enjoying every minute of the...Posted 12 May 2022 by Mersehead
I am a Twig
RSPB Mersehead Blog 30 th April – 6 th May 2022 Mersehead has been particularly dry this spring with only 15mm of rain falling over 40 days (20 th March-29th April). This sustained period of dry and also windy weather led to the Natterjack toads...Posted 06 May 2022 by Mersehead
You Can Lead a Lapwing to Water
Mersehead Blog 23rd - 29th April 2022 The survey season at Mersehead is now in full flow, having been delayed due to the high winds, which finally eased on Monday. Regular visitors may think some of the staff and volunteers have gone into...Posted 29 Apr 2022 by Mersehead
The Good, the Bad and the Eggly!
RSPB Mersehead Blog: 9th - 15th April 2022 Spring moves apace, and the last few days have brought a variety of weather, from sleety woolly-hat conditions, to a very soggy Tuesday, and now brighter, warmer, more settled weather. The residents of...Posted 15 Apr 2022 by Mersehead
Secrets of The Sulwath Garden
RSPB Mersehead Blog 2 nd April – 8 th April 2022 After a couple of weeks of sunny (though not always warm) weather, normal service has resumed over on the Solway coast. Gone have the bright blue skies, replaced by black clouds, strong winds and...Posted 08 Apr 2022 by Mersehead
Jack is Back
RSPB Mersehead Blog 26 th March – 1 st April 2022 Someone asked me this week what I find the most exciting species I work with. Although Mersehead is full to the brim of amazing species which change with the seasons, there is one which for myself...Posted 01 Apr 2022 by Mersehead