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It is expected to directly reduce RSPB The Lodge’s carbon emissions from energy usage by up to 63 per cent.
Redwings and other thrushes feeding on berries and flocks of tits, finches along with woodpeckers and nuthatches on the feeders signify winter is coming.Spring sees woodpeckers drumming and calling in the trees, songbirds setting up breeding territories, snowdrops and bluebells on the woodland floor and azaleas and rhododendrons in flower in the headquarters' gardens.Summer has dragonflies and butterflies around the ponds and heath with hobbies hunting the dragonflies.Further trails lead from the reserve entrance onto Sandy Heath.The Lodge gardens are managed organically and peat-free for wildlife, and inspire visitors to give nature a home in their own gardens.
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The nearest station is Sandy, on the King's Cross to Peterborough main line, 0.9 miles (1.4 km) from the reserve entrance.