The aptly named Bee-fly is a wonderful little insect that, as the name suggests, mimics the look and behaviour of a bee. This totally harmless fly uses its long proboscis to drink nectar. Adults are roughly 14-18mm’s in length and are commonly seen at this time of year.
- Otters on the Reserve!
- Protecting our shorelines
- Interesting finds on Chesil Beach
- Another great year for the Reserve’s cygnets
- Two new bird records for the Fleet
- Strong winds bring Grey Phalaropes to the Reserve
- Seal pup on Hamm Common
- Another great year for Chesil’s Tern colonies
- Cattle Egrets
- Reserve Management