Reserve Surveys

The Fairfield Association is committed to surveying the Fauna and Flora sites annually, and will be updating the website as new surveys are completed:

  Fauna Breeding Bird Survey 2012 (2nd May 2012)

  Fauna Breeding Bird Survey 2013 (30th April and 7th June 2013)

  Fauna Breeding Bird Survey Maps 2014

  NestBox Survey 2014

  Fauna and Flora Breeding Bird Survey 2015

  Fairfield Nature Reserve Breeding Bird Survey 2017

  Fairfield Nature Reserve Breeding Bird Survey 2018

  Fairfield Nature Reserve Breeding Bird Survey 2019

  Fairfield Nature Reserve Breeding Bird Data 2017

  Fairfield Nature Reserve Breeding Bird Data 2018

  Fairfield Nature Reserve Breeding Bird Data 2019

  Fairfield Nature Reserve Breeding Bird Field Sheets 2017

  Fairfield Nature Reserve Bird Counts Winter 2017-2018

  Fairfield Nature Reserve Bird Counts Winter 2018-2019

  Fairfield Nature Reserve Snipe Counts (Winter 2013- Winter 2018)

  Fauna Bioblitz Survey 2013 (7th June 2013)

  Bioblitz Survey 2015

  Fauna Invertebrate Survey 2012 (29th July 2012)

  Fauna Invertebrate Survey 2013 (8th September 2013)

  Butterfly Survey 2015

  Butterfly Survey 2016

  Butterfly Survey 2017

  Butterfly Survey 2018

  Butterfly Survey 2019 (including Aldcliffe Road Triangle)

  Fauna Bumblebee Surveys 2017

  Fauna Bumblebee Surveys 2019

  Fauna Meadow Survey 2011 (6th August 2011)

  Fauna Meadow Survey 2012 (5th July 2012)

  Fauna Meadow Survey 2013 (19th July 2013)

  Fauna Meadow Survey 2014 (10th July 2014)

  Fauna and Flora Meadow Survey 2015 (August 2015)

  Fauna and Flora Meadow Survey 2017 (August 2017)

  Fauna and Flora Meadow Survey 2018

  Fauna and Flora Meadow Survey 2019

  Fauna Plant Survey 2013 (7th June 2013)

  Moss and Lichen Survey 2017

Reserve Survey 2016

  Wetland Review (February 2016)

  Woodland Review (February 2016)

  Arable Review (February 2016)

  Meadow Review (February 2016)

To help our local schools and youth groups gain an appreciation of the variety of wildlife spotted in and around the area, we also maintained a Wildlife Sightings Table (illustrated using Wikipedia photographs) as well as a Wildflower Sightings Table (illustrated using photos taken by Ian Procter) in the Blog section of the website.