Covid advice for visitors to Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve
Following the most recent Government announcement in early November, please be advised of the following arrangements for the Reserve.
Car Parks are open.
The external toilets are open at the Visitor Centre - please follow spacing and sanitising procedures.
The Visitor Centre is open for take-away food from 11am to 3pm. There will be no seating. In order to keep everyone safe please follow the instructions at the door.
Please do not enter the Bird Hides.
We encourage everyone to enjoy wildlife close to home and not to travel outside of their local area. Thank you for your support throughout this challenging year.
More information can be found here: https:/www.lincstrust.org.uk/coronavirus
December 2nd. Around were 45 Dark-bellied Brent Goose, 1500 Lapwing and 30 Blackbird.
December 1st. Birds around, including those trapped, were 538 Dark-bellied Brent Goose, 2000 Pink-footed Goose, a Velvet Scoter, an adult male Hen Harrier, 3 Sparrowhawk, 3 Buzzard, a Marsh Harrier, 3000 Oystercatcher, a Woodcock, a Short-eared Owl, a Barn Owl, a Kingfisher, a Merlin, a Peregrine, 100+ Blackbird, 2 Stonechat and 2 Snow Bunting. On Jackson's Marsh was a Scaup; and on the Mere a Water Rail. In off the sea came 2 Tundra Bean Goose and 3 more Snow Bunting. Heading south were 8 Red-breasted Merganser, a Pomarine Skua and 2 Great Skua.
A brief, final morning ringing session in East Dunes yielded 3 new Blackbird.