If you are looking forward to our dawn chorus meeting in a few weeks, you might like to whet your appetite with the following RSPB initiative. ‘Let Nature Sing’ aims to bring the plight of our wildlife to a greater audience in several ways, follow the link below to see how you can get help, […]
As this was the last trip of 2018 hopes were high as (a lucky) 13 of us set out on a fine, sunny and still winter’s day to see what the Medway Estuary had in store. As it was low tide we were greeted by acres of mud and decided to set out for Horrid […]
What a brilliant day Saturday 22nd September 2018 was – the first Peoples Walk for Wildlife took place! Over 10,000 people who support and care about wildlife in all its forms gathered at the Reformers Tree in Hyde Park at 10.00 am. The stage was set, with many wildlife organisations present including the RSPB, […]
Autumn has arrived and a merry band of seven well prepared group members met at Rainham Marshes on a very wet Sunday morning. It seemed as if the house sparrows were feeling in a similar mood – as we gathered in the shelter of the visitor centre, they were gathering under the bird house feeder […]
On the group visit to Oare on 12th August, Malcolm spotted a colour ringed Mediterranean gull. After much deliberation, and several telescopes focussed on the bird, we managed to read it as “yellow ring AYEZ”. Here is the record for this individual showing that the bird was originally ringed whilst in the nest […]
Ten members met at the Grove Ferry car park. The temperature was in the low teens and the sky was cloudy but with some blue showing. It was agreed that we would walk to Stodmarsh car park for lunch following the central path taking in the view point and hides along the way. […]
Parking for Grove Ferry is in the public car park near The Grove Ferry Inn, there is a charge.