Wednesday, 3 June 2015

Lower Bruckland Nature Reserve - OPEN DAY

The ponds at Lower Bruckland are by far and away the best location in the Axe Valley to see damselflies and dragonflies. The diversity is large and the numbers can be astounding. Last weekend I had 5 dragonfly species which was surprising given that the weather was far from ideal; it was rather windy. The forecast for this coming weekend is superb, with lots of sunshine and decent temperatures. New dragonflies are emerging daily at Lower Bruckland Nature Reserve, so the OPEN DAY this coming Sunday (June 7th from 11:30am) is a fantastic opportunity to go and see what's on offer. If you like the place (you will) then you can come again and pay a small entrance fee, or alternatively purchase an annual pass for £15. It's a nice place for a picnic too!

I will try and post a few more pics taken at Lower Bruckland Nature Reserve prior to the open day event, just in case you need any more persuading...

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