Lydia writes about her weeks’ work experience at the nature reserve
Read about our tree planting project within Hambleton Wood.
At our latest Wild Horizons workshop we learnt all about how to create the perfect job application.
A blog from Trainee Reserve Officer Claire Evans, on the first few months of her time at Rutland Water Nature Reserve.
A blog from Trainee Reserve Officer Matt Taylor on how he has been kept busy this winter at Rutland Water Nature Reserve.
The Wild Skills group have been busy building a bird watching screen on the Hambleton Peninsula.
30 Days Wild: In this blog volunteer Barrie Galpin shares a fantastic experience – listening for corncrakes on the Nene Washes.
Wild Horizons member Amy Hall fills us in on the latest workshops – a ringing demonstration and a workshop on species re-introductions.
Maisie joined the Rutland Water Nature Reserve team this week on a work experience placement – find out how she got on here…
Wild Horizons member Joe Bodycote shares news and thoughts from our most recent workshop
As a way of acknowledging and thanking our wonderful volunteers for all they do, we have a special programme of events and training specifically tailored for them…
The Lyndon Visitor Centre closes each year from mid-September when the ospreys leave Rutland, and re-opens in the spring to coincide with the ospreys’ return. However, this does not mean that all work ceases…
Thanks to generous funding from Anglian Water, we’ve been able to undertake a much needed improvement project in our reed bed with the help of a floating amphibious excavator…
Wild Horizons’ member Amy Hall tells us all about a rather soggy trip to see the seals!
Joe tells us all about a new piece of kit that will improve the way we manage our grasslands
Amy Hall fills us in on the Wild Horizons team’s latest experience – building boardwalk