It's hard to believe that the field at Hartpury used to look like this:
|and then briefly like this|
|and now it looks like this|
Hard also to fully describe just how much pleasure we get from creating wetland habitat that, after a few short years, looks as if it has always been there. Who's using the site apart from the human visitors? The list is impressive, from little egret, red shank, green sandpiper, teal, tufted duck, heron, mute swan, mallard, plus a whole host of invertebrates... the list goes on. It's a fantastic space for people and wildlife.