Water levels have again increased on the Ouse Washes, the Wash road A1101 is now closed. The main hide and wing hides are open. All other hides and footpaths are currently closed due to flooding. Swan feeds and hare walks are continuing as normal. We have an exciting programme of events and activities over the coming months, with plenty to see and do, we look forward to welcoming you for a visit.

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Today's sightings - 18/09/2019

Posted on 18 Sep 2019

Crane x 43 (Lady Fen / Bank Farm)

Whooper swan
Mute swan
Greylag
Shoveler
Mallard
Gadwall
Wigeon
Teal
Little grebe
Moorhen
Grey heron
Little egret
Black-tailed godwit
Ruff
Greenshank
Redshank
Snipe
Lapwing
Lesser black-backed gull
Black-headed gull
Starling
House martin
Swallow
Chiff chaff
Willow warbler
Cetti's warbler
Tree sparrow
House sparrow
Goldfinch
Great tit
Wren
Blackbird
Robin
Collared dove
Woodpigeon
Pheasant
Green woodpecker
Great spotted woodpecker
Jackdaw
Rook
Kestrel
Hobby
Marsh harrier
Buzzard
Barn owl
Red kite

Mammals:
Roe deer x 3

Butterflies:
Speckled wood