Woolston Eyes Nature Reserve

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

Black Necked Grebe update 20th February 2024

Black-necked Grebe are generally present on the Reserve for five months from their arrival early to mid-March. They pair-up quickly and the first broods are visible around mid-May. The majority of adults and the earlier, larger, juveniles disperse in July with smaller juveniles present into August.

19th February 2024 – Our first Black-necked Grebe of the year has been reported from No.3 bed at 10:44am