Friday 13 June 2014


This morning the volunteers from the RSPB walked round the fields, the following birds were seen:- Curlew, Lapwings, Oyster Catchers, red shank, Snipe, Pied wagtail, swallows, house martins, sand martins, great tit, chaffinch, song thrush, grey partridge, chiff chaff, blackbirds, rolls, wrens, robins along with numerous Brown Hares and 2 Roe Deer. This is the final survey, we look forward to seeing them again next year.

Wednesday 21 May 2014

RSPB SURVEY 2nd visit 2014

On Sunday morning, 18th May, the volunteers from the RSPB team walked rounds our farm on an early morning survey of the birds. They saw the following birds:- Curlew, Lapwings, Redshank, Oyster Catchers, Pied Wagtails, Chaffinch, Goldfinch, Grey Partridges, Chaff Chaff, Swallows, House Martins, Sand Martins, Robin, Wren, pheasants, House Sparrows, along with numerous Brown Hares and Roe Deer. The final walk round will be held in 2 weeks.

Tuesday 29 April 2014

RSPB Survey 2014

This morning 2 observers walked round the fields on the farm to look at the birds. The following birds were seen:- Lapwings, curlews, oyster catchers, redshank, tawny owl, chiff chaff, pied wagtail, sand martins, chaffinch, goldfinch, great tits, mallard ducks, swallows, great spotted Woodpecker, many hares and a roe deer.

Tuesday 8 October 2013


Just received a 'Gold' award again for our recent GTBS assessment

Monday 24 June 2013

RSPB Visit

2 volunteers from the RSPB walked round the farm early one morning last week. During their final walk this year they saw the following birds; curlews, redshank, oyster catchers, lapwings, a great spotted woodpecker, pied wagtails, skylarks, buzzards, goldfinch, chiff chaff, swallows, house martins, chaffinches, along with many pheasants, and partridges. There are also many grey hares.

Monday 3 June 2013

In Full Flight

This lapwing was busy protecting it's young whilst I drove past.
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On Duty

This very smart lapwing is keeping guard of it's young. Many lapwings can be seen in the fields round Broadgate Farm.
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