To-ings and fro-ings of wildlife visitors at the Wyre Estuary Country Park

Here are some of the recent wildlife sightings in January and February down at the park in Thornton.

Peregrine Falcon

Little Egret

Red Breasted Megansers

Curlew

Teal

Black Tailed Godwit

Coal tit

Great tit

Blue Tit

Long tailed Tit

Robin

Dunnock

Wren (actually inside the Country Park Office!)

Blackbird

Magpie

Great Spotted Woodpecker

Pheasant

Woodpigeon

 A bit of news on our very valued Volunteer Rangers

We have a fabulous group of volunteers based from the Country Park.  Our volunteers are involved in helping to maintain the country park, contribute to conservation projects through to assisting with guided activities.  Volunteers are out 7 days a week. 

Recently, our countryside volunteers have been helping to deliver a grant funded Woodland Creation Project based at the park and also within other green spaces throughout Thornton, Poulton, Cleveleys  and Fleetwood.  Approximately 5000 young, native broadleaf trees have already been planted.  Well done team! Do get in touch with us if you are interested in volunteering opportunities at the park. 01253 863100.

Charlie Pass – Country Park Officer

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