At this time of year there are many interesting sights to look out for in the ancient woodlands of Belfairs. Ranger Tristan Colaco explores what to look out for this time of year!
The Redwing (Turdus iliacus) is the UK’s smallest true thrush that you’ll be able to spot feeding in fields, hedgerows and orchards this winter.
January has finally turned colder, with some frosty mornings. Tree planting is still going well, and our running total now stands at 2,775, we should be finished in the next 3 to 4 weeks unless…
January can be a difficult time of year for wildlife, as the long cold nights continue and natural food sources become harder to find. Lorna Shaw, Biological Records Centre Co-ordinator at Essex…
December has been quite wet so far but this has been a good thing for tree planting, and the ranger and volunteers have already planted 1,170 of the 4,050 to plant this winter.
After a long hot summer and a spectacularly colourful autumn, the temperatures and the leaves have finally dropped. Along with the cooler weather, wintering birds have arrived on our shores, one…
November has been a bit wetter than October and the nights are drawing in since the clocks went back.
October has been another mild month on the whole with lots of nice birds around
September has been a busy month at Abberton.
The dry weather has finally broken and we have had some days of heavy rain at last.