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Flanders Moss Playlist

  Flanders Moss NNR Flanders Moss is an excellent place to exercise. The circular boardwalk and viewing tower are used by lots of different people to get the circulation going: after all is is a nice surface and a great … Continue reading

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Islands of death

Loch Lomond NNR This week we had a day out on the Loch Lomond NNR islands for various reasons. It was a just breathtaking morning as we chugged out on the boat. Mirror calm to start with, a bit fresh … Continue reading

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Cold weather mothing

Flanders Moss NNR The moth season has started. Actually, some moths fly through the winter so it never really finishes but just goes quieter. Last Sunday, wrapped up in thermals, waterproofs, woolly hats andĀ gloves etc. we went out to look … Continue reading

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Tushylucky is in flower

Flanders Moss NNR Some of our first flowers are appearing in the Flanders wildflower meadow by the car park and the most obvious is some coltsfoot. A slightly odd looking plant, it has at the moment a bright yellow flower … Continue reading

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Flanders Bird Update

Flanders Moss NNR With things warming up the bird community is changing constantly at Flanders so I thought I would give you a quick update. There are still big groups of pink footed geese passing through and on Wednesday a … Continue reading

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Flanders ospreys are back

Flanders Moss NNR Ralph Brook-Fox, one of our 2bogs… volunteer and osprey watcher is lucky enough to be able to watch the Flanders ospreys from his house. They are back so he is now settling down in his armchair for … Continue reading

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Would you like to work on the Stirling NNRs?

Flanders Moss NNR, Loch Lomond NNR, Blawhorn Moss NNR We have a vacancy to fill on the team that looks after the 3 Stirling NNRs: Flanders Moss NNR, Loch Lomond NNR and Blawhorn Moss NNR. It is a 12 months’ … Continue reading

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