A stunning habitat for wildlife
Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome provides the perfect, unspoiled habitat for all manner of wildlife, due to the fact that it lay dormant for 100 years after WW1, allowing the wildlife to flourish.
The vast majority of the site is open grassland with woodland and although it has no statutory designation, it is home to many species of fauna and flora including all five species of British owls, a rarity in one location, as well as the 22 red listed birds, which have been sighted.
An on-site wildlife expert
Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome is in the process of appointing a national award-winning wildlife photographer - watch this space for brilliant news soon!
If you would like to arrange a wildlife talk, a visit to the site for photography or wildlife walk please contact us.
Wildlife re-siting scheme
Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome is registered for rehabilitation of endangered species i.e. animals that need a temporary or permanent relocation due to development. Some of the animals in the scheme include grass snakes, adders, great crested newts, slow worms and lizards.
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Tracing Your RFC/RNAS/RAF Relatives
05.05.18 - 05.05.18
A monthly activity day at Stow Maries for 8-14 year olds to explore and enjoy a variety of activities linked by the theme of ‘flight’! From simple paper planes to building a series of ‘build and fly’ models, from creating gliders and rockets
20.05.18 - 20.05.18
It's Back! After its hugely successful debut, we welcome all and sundry to celebrate all that is good on the air and the ground.
On Tuesday 13th February at 10.00 pm. Channel 5 Select will show a film, which features the Owls at Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome.
It can be viewed on Freeview 54; Freesat 133; Sky...
It was wonderful to welcome The Duke of Gloucester to our World War 1 Aerodrome near Maldon last week. He was genuinely interested in the work of our fantastic volunteers – who toiled...