KEYS FOUND

If you have lost some keys recently on the Eyes please send an email into us via the CONTACT tab on the website homepage with a contact number we can call you on to arrange their return.

RESERVE OPEN & CLOSING TIMES

**Extended Spring open hours **

From the 18th May the Reserve will be open from 08:00 hours until 20:00 hours every day of the week. Please take note of the closing hour, on the footbridge entrance gate, whenever you visit to ensure you can leave timely to avoid being locked in. WECG

Volunteer to help Woolston Eyes

If you wish to assist the Reserve in voluntary work regarding site maintenance please contact our Warden, Ashley Radford, ‘Ash’ as he prefers, directly between 09:00 and 16:00 hrs via Mob 07792 102642 or via email at Ashley.radford@rspb.org.uk

Welcome to Woolston Eyes Nature Reserve

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

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Latest News

  • KEYS FOUND

    If you have recently lost some keys on the EYES please send us an email via the CONTACT tab on the website homepage with a Read more...

  • Download a free electronic copy of the WECG 2015 Annual Report

    It is still possible to purchase an electronic, pdf copy with additional photographs, of our 2016 Annual Report at £2.00 a copy. Order by downloading Read more...

  • 2017 Group Visits Dates

    If you are planning a visit to the Reserve please note the current bookings so far this year are as follows; April 3rd Read more...

  • Black-necked Grebes

    The Black-necked Grebe count is now in double figures with 10 birds recorded on the 2nd Read more...

Latest Sighting

2017-07-27

David Spencer and I spent a few hours today, checking out No.4 bed before sheltering in the Morgan Hide during torrential rain. No sign of the Wood Sandpipers and the highlight was undoubtedly the spectacular sight of an estimated 2,000 Swifts feeding low over No.4 bed. The photo is of Read more...

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