Mar 312018

Many of you will enjoy looking through our photo gallery from time to time, but did you know you can submit your own photographs for others to enjoy? Our Gallery page is an extract from the full catalogue of photographs that have been uploaded to Flickr by our members. If you click on the link to […]

 Posted by on 31 March 2018 at 12:36 pm
Mar 282018
Stodmarsh trip report

Fourteen of us gathered at the Stodmarsh car park and despite the odd shower burst on the drive over, the day was to turn out surprisingly calm and mild.  Due to the recent rain and snow fall I felt that the tracks along the river Stour and across the meadow in the centre of the […]

Mar 242018

Our next indoor meeting takes place this Tuesday, 27th March at the Gravesend Masonic Halls. The presentation will be “Paddlers, waders and swimmers” by Don Wilkes. Birds to be seen in or around water local to Thanet. Admission to all our indoor meetings is £3.50 for members including refreshments during the interval. Non-members will be charged […]

 Posted by on 24 March 2018 at 12:00 pm
Mar 212018

Our next outdoor meeting takes place this Saturday, 24th March at Stodmarsh. Meet in the reserve car park, (TR221608) CT3 4BE. Tits, woodpeckers, thrushes & early migrants in the woodland & marsh harriers active over the lake & reed beds. The meeting will start at 10am and finish around 4pm. Please note the paths are likely […]

 Posted by on 21 March 2018 at 12:00 pm
Mar 132018

Here is the latest from the Dungeness RSPB Reserve: Reserve News Updates Winter Work Programme It’s the last month of our winter work programme before we start our spring work in April. Winter work consists mostly of habitat management – lots of strimming, raking, burning and chainsawing! Come spring we won’t be able to do […]

 Posted by on 13 March 2018 at 5:42 pm
Mar 102018

You may remember the same request last year.  Jim and Clare volunteered and have had a great time seeing lots of birds of prey, including Black kite, and many other species along the way. Can you identify Kestrels, Red kites and Buzzards and do you love walking? The Hawk Conservancy are once again seeking volunteers […]

Mar 092018

We had an excellent talk by Alan Martin last night on REGUA, a project to restore, protect and reforest an area of the Atlantic Rainforest in Brazil. Several people asked for the links to the website and facebook page, which are shown below: Website – REGUA  Facebook – REGUA Twitter – REGUA