Tuesday, 3 September 2019
Caerlaverock WWT Reserve
Our second day out during our visit to Dumfries and Galloway was to the lovely Caerlaverock WWT (Wildfowl and Wtland Trust) reserve, where we were particularly hoping to see plenty of dragonflies, which we did. However there aren't many photos to share, as the WWT is holding a photo competition for photos of wildlife in their reserves, so that's where our best photos will go!
We spent the whole day here enjoying the various elements of the reserve from the wildlife garden
I liked this mirror propped up against a fence
Crafted by Crafty Green Poet at 6:34 pm
Thinking about: nature diary, photos, Scotland, summer
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Very nice photographs, nice to see the butterflies.
All the best Jan
I spent some time on the WWT Reserve website and it was most interesting and inspiring!!! The Caerlaverock Reserve is part of a system of 9 wildlife and wetland reserves?
So often the efforts of grassroots volunteers right in their own places, like those reserves, manage to make the biggest impacts for the good.
It looks lovely!
What does WWT stand for?!
Hi Jenn, Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust, I've now edited the post to include that.
Rabbits Guy - yes there are 9 reserves across the UK, I've visited three of them. WWT is an interesting and valuable organisation
Thanks for reading Jan, I always like to see the butterflies too
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