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Landguard Nature Reserve's New Learning Area

24 May 2022

This spring marked the completion of our new learning area. Situated on the riverside of the Nature Reserve. The new area will be used by visiting schools and groups such as cubs and beavers to learn more about wildlife and habitats onsite.

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All About the Plover!

24 March 2022

Ringed ploverRinged ploverĀ breed at Landguard and choose their nesting sites on the ground amongst the rare, vegetated shingle habitat. They are protected by the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 and are a Red list species, due to their declining population and are therefore a conservation priority.

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The Public Space Protection Order at Landguard Nature Reserve

1 March 2022

If you have visited the Nature Reserve recently you may have noticed some new signs dotted around, providing information about the Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) that covers the entire site. Landguard Nature Reserve is a specially protected site of historical and ecological importance and due to the sensitivity of the site certain activities are not allowed.

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Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit!

3 February 2022

Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit!Did you know... the rabbits at Landguard are the Nature Reserve's equivalent of livestock!

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A New Year

25 January 2022

A New Year - a frosty morningA new year is upon us... and once again a busy start to 2022.

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