Moor Green Lakes Group

Reserve car park closes at 7:00 pm

The Moor Green Lakes Group (MGLG) was established in 1993 as an organisation to help manage the Moor Green Lakes Nature Reserve in Berkshire, England. Our aims are:

  • To improve the Reserve for wildlife
  • Record and monitor that wildlife
  • Enhance the facilities of the Reserve for members of the Moor Green Lakes Group and other visitors

If visiting by car please check the parking information

Bat Walk 25 April 2014, see Announcements and News for more details

Small Mammal Trapping 18 May 2014, see Announcements and News for more details

Upcoming Work Party Schedule

Dates liable to change. For more information on planned work click here

  • Sunday 9th of February 2014
  • Tuesday 18th of February 2014
  • Sunday 9th of March 2014
  • Tuesday 18th of March 2014

Latest Sightings

A Smew photographed on the reserve on 11th January 2014 by Roger Murfitt

A Merlin, a scarce visitor to the reserve, was photographed on the reserve on 11th October 2013

A rare visitor in August 2013 to the reserve a Clouded Yellow - Colias crocea. The species was last seen ten years ago

Female Adult Marsh Harrier seen on the New Workings and Manor Farm between 6th June 2013 until 14th July 2013

Bittern in the rushes February 2013

Pallas's-Warbler in January 2013. A very rare find.

Announcements and News

In conjunction with BVCT there will be small mammal trapping at Moor Green Lakes on Sunday 18th May starting at 8am. Spaces are limited. See PDF flyer for more information click here including how to book

In conjunction with BVCT there will be a bat walk on the 25th April 2014 starting at 8pm and lasting approximately 2 hours. For a PDF flyer click here or visit BVCT web site for further information.

2014 AGM was held at the Finchampstead Memorial Hall on 6th March

January 2014 Newsletter now available here

Surrey Hedgelayers returned on Saturday 7th of December to finish the task of laying the hedge South of the car park

Breeding bird report for 2012 added to website available here

Special report now available on a rare visitor, the Pallas's Warbler at the start of 2013 here

New bench installed 50 metres North of existing bench near the bird feeders

If visitors identify any Health and Safety issues on the Reserve, then please report them to the Site Liaison Officer

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