Bird watching at Titchfield Haven Nature Reserve

WATCH THE BIRDIE Rosina Mount and her two daughters ' Ellen 12, and Alice Wheatley, 15 ' at Titchfield Haven Nature Reserve. Picture: Ian Hargreaves  (133642-1)
WATCH THE BIRDIE Rosina Mount and her two daughters ' Ellen 12, and Alice Wheatley, 15 ' at Titchfield Haven Nature Reserve. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (133642-1)

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THIS trio of happy twitchers kept their eyes peeled for birds as they spent the day at a nature reserve.

Mum Rosina Mount and her two daughters Ellen, 12, and Alice Wheatley, 15, were at Titchfield Haven Nature Reserve wrapped up warm while inside one of the hides.

The site is a Mecca for keen bird watchers and is sustained by cash from Hampshire County Council and the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Over 369 acres the nature reserve goes across the Lower Meon Valley.

It has numerous wetland habitats, some that are rare.

There is a whole host of wildlife at the reserve aside from just birds.

That includes foxes, deer, 19 species of dragonfliy and butterflies.