This area gives specific information on species with detailed information regarding wildlife observations seen or records taken at the Nature Reserve.
Our first fungus foray was held on 15th October 2017. Please click HERE to see a report with a selection of photographs.
Weir Wood Reservoir hosts a significant heronry. The colony of Grey Herons is very active from February. For further information and general notes click HERE.
A note with photographs on the Open Day on 12th July 2015 can be seen at Open Day.
A display of moths was part of the Open Day on 12th July 2015. A report with photos can be found at Moth Report.
Mandarin Ducks and other birds sometimes make unusual use of the nest boxes intended for them. See the report on Box C09 from 2015 – Nest Box Report.
Volunteers carry out butterfly transect recording at the Whillet’s meadows area throughout the summer which also includes moth sightings and records – See the butterfly report 2015.
The site has over 150 nest boxes, which are monitored and recorded by our volunteers under the BTO nest box scheme. Information and breeding results are shared in our Newsletter. To see a copy of the Nest Box Update of 20th September 2016 – please click HERE.
Some Information on caddis flies seen at the Nature Reserve – See the continuing report here.