Recent posts

  • Wheatears arrive and Brent Geese on the move An hour at the beach this morning was rewarded with some good views of birds on the move.  Towards the west end of the reserve, and sheltering amongst the large sea defence rocks, was a lovely female Northern Wheatear.  This bird was a new arrival, having crossed

  • Great picture taken from a drone, by a friend of one of our members, of a Kestrel Hunting over the Widewater Lagoon. We think this is a male Kestrel, possibly our regular visiting Kestrel – Kevin!  A female has also been seen here so we’ve called her Kiera and we’re hoping they may be a

  • Widewater Lagoon Local Nature Reserve     Nature Information panels W.O.W has undertaken a project to reinstate the signs on the plinths around the lagoon depicting the diversity of wildlife species to be seen here. It has taken many months of research, planning and fund raising but the project has been completed and we now

  • The resident Mute Swan pair have successfully raised 4 cygnets this year and soon they will be chased off the lagoon to start their lives in the wild, usually joining the flock of young swans on the river Adur. Look out for the parents mating in March! It is a beautiful sight starting with alternate