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.
The Peoples Walk for Wildlife is being organised by Chris Packham in Hyde Park this September. It is an opportunity for anyone who supports our wildlife and countryside to show how much it means to us and ask for a change in the way we treat it. It is an event for everyone – especially […]
This weekend the 30th British Birdwatching Fair will be held at Rutland Water, it is an opportunity for anyone interested in nature, wildlife and birds to meet like-minded people. There are many marquees housing many different organisations and companies, including travel, clothing, art, optics and camera equipment, everything in one place. There are also several […]
Those of you who have been following our website over the years may recall my support of the campaign to ban driven grouse shooting and stop the persecution of Hen Harriers, Birds of Prey and other wildlife species on moorland in the North of England and Scotland. 2018 is the fifth anniversary of the first […]
Thanks to Norman for pointing out the extent of the road works in Sittingbourne and Faversham. If you are joining us at Oare on Sunday, 12th August, please allow extra travelling time. AA route planner and navigation aids all recommend to continue on the M2 to Junction 7 and take the A2/London Road back towards […]
The Group’s first Volunteer day of the year took place at Cliffe Pools where our main activity was litter picking. Our enthusiastic team met Will and Ruth from RSPB Northward Hill, and we discussed our plan of action – although it was noticeable that there was far less litter around in the areas we covered […]
Have you seen a spotted flycatcher this year? According to data from the BTO spotted flycatcher numbers have declined by 39% between 1995-2016. To view the data, please follow this link. The good news is that they are apparently thriving in Scotland where there has been a 66% increase between 2011-2016 – maybe they […]