Carbon Landscape - There is an now opportunity for permit holders and other interested people to get involved in some exciting new developments in local nature conservation. For the past two years we've been involved as members of the Greater Manchester Wetlands steering group, looking at ways to raise funds to protect the wildlife in our area. We submitted a successful bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund for £2.2 million, which we called "the Carbon Landscape". If you want to find out more about how we plan to use this funding you can attend a local workshop on 8th April (see poster for details). David Bowman, Vice-chair

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

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Latest News

  • Lost Keys.....

    If anybody has found a bunch of keys on a fob on No.3 Bed or around the car park area would you please contact us Read more...

  • Black-necked Grebes return...

    The first sightings reported of the returning grebes was 9th March by Bert Lloyd. Two summer plumage birds seen from the John Morgan Hide in Read more...

  • Woolston Weir

    More positive evidence of the water quality in the Mersey around Woolston Eyes Nature Reserve comes in the news that the environmental agencies monitoring the Read more...

  • Restoration of No.4 Bed

    The contractor has now completed the restoration of the reed bed, pools and general landscaping work on the Loop of No.4Bed. A new raised hide Read more...

  • 2015 Dates for Visiting Groups

    Woolston Eyes Nature Reserve welcomes the following groups booked to visit the Eyes this spring: **Sunday 22nd March**: Knutsford Ornithological Society. **Sunday, 12th April**: Leigh Ornithological Society Read more...

  • Countryfile Best Nature Reserve

    Results of the Conutryfile Magazine best UK Nature Reserve was Bass Rock followed by RSPB Minsmere and WWT London Wetland Centre. I guess Woolston Eyes Read more...

Latest Sighting

2015-03-28

A really rewarding early spring morning?, with some excellent birds recorded. A single Red Kite flew through at mid-day, attracting the attentions of 5 Buzzards, 3 Kestrels and 2 Sparrowhawks, with the raptor cast augmented by 2 sightings of Peregrine and the now regular Marsh Harrier. 2 Read more...

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