Birdwatching at Rawcliffe Meadows Winter 2016

Birds have become more active on the Cornfield Nature Reserve during the present cold snap with around 35 Yellowhammers and 60 or more Reed Buntings present, along with smaller numbers of Tree Sparrows and finches.These can be seen easily from the allotments access track or the southern boundary of the Country Park.

We encourage all wildlife watchers to share their records with us, as this information helps us to secure funding for our conservation work.

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