PLEASE NOTE THE RESERVE OPENING AND CLOSING TIMES

The Reserve will open at 08:00 hrs (8:00am) and currently closes at 16:00 hrs (4:pm). Keys obtained with your permits will not operate the secondary locks put in place at closing on the footbridge entrance or the first barrier at the end of Thelwall Lane. Reserve opening and closing times are displayed on a notice on the footbridge gate, please reference this notice on your way in so you are always aware of the Reserve closing time. Please note, it is up to individual visitors to ensure they vacate the site before the stated closing time to prevent being locked in.

Volunteer to help the Reserve

If you wish to assist the Woolston Eyes Nature Reserve with voluntary work please contact our warden John Langley via email john.langley@rspb.org.uk or Mobile 07980 827537

Welcome to Woolston Eyes Nature Reserve

An S.S.S.I. Managed by Woolston Eyes Conservation Group

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  • WECG 2014 Annual Report

    An electronic copy of the Woolston Eyes Conservation Group 2014 Annual Report can be downloaded free of charge by following the link below; [Click here to Read more...

  • Fracking Protest, clarification...

    To clarify our position with regard to the fracking protest on the A57, adjacent to the Reserve boundary, the Woolston Eyes Conservation Group, WECG, would Read more...

Latest Sighting

2016-02-05

A late afternoon visit to No.1 bed to see the Starling murmuration. About 25000 birds were present and put on a fine display before going to roost at 5.15p.m. At least one Sparrowhawk was in attendance; a Cetti’s warbler was heard calling and a Little Grebe was trilling on the Read more...

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