The Chairman Brian Ankers would like to thank most sincerely everybody who voted for Woolston Eyes Nature reserve in the recent Countryfile Magazine "Best Nature reserve in the country" sadly we did not win, but we are very proud to have been nominated,thank you all once again for your support.

Brian

Welcome to Woolston Eyes Nature Reserve

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

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Latest News

  • 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. **Wednesday 20th May**: Warrington RSPB at 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

2015-03-03

Last night’s Starling roost? held about 230,000 birds,with plenty of raptor activity, too. A Marsh Harrier was constantly in view, a male Peregrine kept cutting through the flock and 5 Sparrowhawks and 3 Buzzards made up the rest of the cast. To add to the spectacle, a Badger Read more...

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