Welney Wash December 06
A skein of Greylag gets airborne east of Burnside Farm. Thousands of Greylag Geese arrive in Morayshire during the winter months. The main thrust of these vast skeins come from Iceland.
|Title||Martins Pond, Wollaton Nottingham's oldest Local Nature Reserve, designated in 1976.|
|Photo's author||Katy Walters User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||27 Dec 2006 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 427|
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Martins Pond, Wollaton Nottingham's oldest Local Nature Reserve, designated in 1976.
A walk round Martin's Pond (13). Looking back along the path by the side of the previous image with the Pond to the right and the back gardens of houses on Russell Drive on the left. See http://www.no…
Martin's Pond, Wollaton
Martin's Pond, Wollaton Blue skies:) This is a lovely compact nature reserve comprising of a well maintained pond circled by a footpath and a raised walkway out into the reed beds. There are also fish…
A walk round Martin's Pond (12). On the southern side of the Pond there is a channel of clear deep water between the public path and the wooded island. Note the marshy margin to the island where the t…
A walk round Martin's Pond (11). From the boardwalk in the previous image you can get a close up view of the extensive bed of lesser reed-mace that colonises the water between the island and the shore…
A walk round Martin's Pond (10). On the western side of the Pond a raised board walk was constructed in 2004 to replace an existing worn out structure. This gives visitors the opportunity to venture o…
Canada Geese on Martin's Pond