Look out for rare goslings



ONE of the rarest birds in captivity have hatched at WWT Martin Mere Wetland Centre.
The Lancashire wetland nature reserve is the only location in the north of England where you can see the four spur-winged goose goslings.
The last time Martin Mere reared spur-winged goslings was back in 2007 when 10 goslings hatched out.
Grounds manager, Steve Nasir, says: “The Spur-winged geese are magnificent birds, I am absolutely delighted and very excited about breeding these birds – it will actually be the first time I have ever been involved with rearing spur-winged. Not only do we get comments that... read more

 
3 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 21
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