Redwings and other thrushes feeding on berries and flocks of tits, finches along with woodpeckers and nuthatches on the feeders signify winter is coming.
Keep your eye out for a winter farmland bird spectacle.
From the station car park, turn right towards the Potton road.
Turn right, cross the bridge and proceed up the hill.
A series of trails let you explore The Lodge and the heathland restoration project on Sandy Warren.
Further trails lead from the reserve entrance onto Sandy Heath.
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Smart, resourceful and physically tough, its soldiers are a rare breed – and with a huge range of specialisms from image analysis to human intelligence, no two careers are the same.Winter thrushes feed on the acid grassland from January - March, and you can see woodland snowdrops, daffodils, then bluebells.Gardens are most colourful from May, with flowering of the rhododendrom / Azalea collection and start of the roses.The hilly, oak-dominated woodlands offer a rich natural experience to those exploring The Lodge’s network of winding trails, with sunny rides and glades where spotted flycatchers catch food for their broods, and a developing under-storey is alive with bird song and insect life.Standing and fallen deadwood is an important microhabitat, used by deadwood insects, occasionally the scarce lesser-spotted woodpeckers, and many of the 600 fungi species found on site.