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Following recent updates from the Government with regards to COVID 19 we have unfortunately made the difficult decision to close Rutland Water Nature Reserve to the public until further notice. All events and volunteer activities have also been cancelled until the end of June.
The well being and safety of our staff and visitors is the most important thing at this time, we apologise for any inconvenience caused. Please visit www.lrwt.org.uk for more information and email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions
Visitor Centre News
By Community Engagement Officer on March 19, 2018
It might seem a long way away after our recent snowfall, but this June 30 Days Wild returns for it’s 4th year! For those of you new to 30 Days Wild, it is simply a challenge, from the Wildlife Trusts to you, to do something wild every day for the month of June. This could […]
By Julia on May 3, 2016
Sign up for a walk with Jeff to explore the reserve and all the wildlife it has to offer.
By Julia on January 5, 2016
This One Day Digital Photography Course will show you how to photograph landscapes, flowers, birds & other wildlife in their natural habitat is on Sunday May 1st – go to the events pages for more details. or visit http://www.digitalphotographycourses.co.uk
By Tim M
Thanks to funding from The Caterpillar Foundation there are now two artificial Sand Martin banks at the reserve. A generous donation from the Rutland Natural History Society has enabled the installation of a special live camera, viewable on a big screen within the Anglian Water Birdwatching Centre.
By SarahP on November 17, 2013
In Focus is the Binocular and Telescope Specialist Shop located in the Anglian Water Birdwatching Centre, Egleton
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By Tim M
So how many species of wildlife are there at Rutland Water Nature Reserve? Its not an easy question to answer. Click the pic to find out the Bioblitz 2013 results.
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