The Wiltshire Wildlife Trust

Langford Lakes Lagoon

We plan to create a new wetland paradise on new land purchased adjacent to our existing Langford Lakes Nature Reserve in the Wylye Valley, South Wiltshire. There will be new reed beds, a large shallow lagoon and a circular boardwalk leading to a new birdhide set amongst the reeds.

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Langford Lakes has also become an important staging post for a large number of migratory birds as well as home to many native species including Kingfisher, Great Crested Grebes, Little Grebes, Herons, Tufted Duck, Pochard, Gadwall, Mallard, Coot, Common Sandpiper, Water Rail, Mute Swans, Osprey, Terns and Waders. This project will extend and improve habitats at the site to enable species such as Reed Warbler, Sedge Warbler, Reed Bunting, Bittern and Marsh Harrier to thrive.