Blakeney Conservation Area Duck Pond

Set up by the Blakeney Wildfowlers Association in 1977 to commemorate the Silver Anniversary of The Queen’s Coronation. The duck pond in Blakeney, Norfolk is now looked after by volunteers. The pond was destroyed and many ducks and geese lost in the December 2013 storm surge. Following the repair of the sea wall that protects the duck pond it was restored and restocked in 2015. Since then, with donations from supporters and local businesses, we have been adding to the species of ducks and geese present. Typically the duck pond is home to over 40 pairs of ducks and geese.

Party on the Pastures 22 August 2021

Blakeney Duck Pond were at Blakeney’s Part of the Pastures event. A guess the number of ducks in the jar raffle was held. the person guessing the number of ducks in the jar or the nearest to it won a prize. Luke Bould was the winner and you can see him holding his prize below. The number of ducks in the jar was 183 and Luke’s guess was 182.

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