Archive of: Wetland 2
01 August 2022
Bird highlight during July was a Purple Heron which was found at the northern end of Castle Water (before moving to Long Pit) on the 28th.
01 July 2022
The breeding season has reached a peak this month, and in many respects it seems to have been a pretty good one!
01 June 2022
Another super month for good birds at Rye Harbour saw at least three notable rarities on the reserve.
01 May 2022
Top bird spot on the reserve during April was shared by three species this month!
01 April 2022
Bird highlight this month was a male Green-winged Teal that was present on the Beach Reserve and new saltmarsh from 2nd to the 5th.
01 March 2022
The wildlife highlight this month was a second year Iceland Gull which was present on the Beach Reserve from the 23rd to the end of the month.
04 February 2022
Sam Buckland, Sussex Flow Initiative Natural Flood Management Officer talks about what wetlands have ever done for us
01 February 2022
On 30th January regular visitor John Willsher photographed a ringed Common Gull on the reserve and was able to read the number on the ring.
31 January 2022
Fran Southgate Wilder Landscapes Advisor talks about the enormous value of wetlands and the trust’s work in rehabilitating some of our wetlands for the future
01 January 2022
This month a team from the Mammal Society came to carry out a survey for Harvest Mice on the reserve and met with much success!
20 December 2021
Winter is the best time to see a good range of duck species at Rye Harbour.
01 December 2021
Bird highlights this month were probably several sightings of Snow Bunting on the Beach reserve, with two present on the 12th and 18th.