Langford Lakes Nature Reserve webcam installed by Wild Connections.


At the bird table – the usual suspects will be here! Robin; wren; Blue and Great Tits, Dunnock and Blackbird should be the main visitors alongside Chaffinch and Goldfinch. There is also the chance of seeing some of our summer visitors which begin arriving at the end of March, often needing to stock up on their depleted energy supplies. So watch out for Chiffchaff, Willow Warblers and Blackcap which may occasionally visit the table in early spring before insect numbers have reached their peak.

On the lakes – our winter visitors will have departed but watch out for Common Tern from mid-april onwards especially on or near the Tern rafts. Our resident Great Crested Grebes will be in full breeding plumage and there is always a chance you may catch a glimpse of their amazing courtship rituals. Others to watch out for are Little Grebe, Coot and Moorhen which will be beginning to nest build and lay eggs.