If you go down to the Prom today – you will see black-headed gulls. But have you ever wondered where they come from? Where do they breed? In North Kent we have several very large breeding colonies of black-headed gulls. The nearest, I think, is the c1000 (?) breeding pairs at Cliffe Pools RSPB reserve. […]
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Looking for something to do this Sunday and would like to find that special gift for someone, then why not visit Rainham Marshes? They are running their indoor Christmas fair, where on offer are hand made crafts, art, photographs, jewellery, bags, decorations, TuiNa massage, local honey and Gin. The cafe will have a special menu […]
Having seen all of the wonderful pictures of birds on our website, Sally has been thinking about taking up bird photography herself. And now that the Gravesend Group has a bird photograph competition …. she has decided to go for it! But do you know what bird it is? Can you even see the bird? […]
The Cairngorms is to be the home of BBC Two’s Winterwatch, Springwatch and Autumnwatch next year. Presenters Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan and Gillian Burke will host the programmes from the UK’s largest national park. The Watches series will start with Winterwatch in January. The programme’s team will be based at The Dell of Abernethy, a […]
A final reminder to say that if you would like tickets and haven’t already done so, please contact Hazel as soon as possible, as we have to pay for the coach very soon. Many thanks.
The gallery has had an overhaul and now contains even more photographs of birds and wildlife. I’m sure that you will like the latest additions and please feel free to add your own – they will be most welcome. To add your own work, you will need a Flickr account, as described in my newsletter […]
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, […]
The BTO want our help to learn about Tawny Owl population change and understand more about their calling behaviour and distribution. It’s easy to take part. All you need to do is listen for Tawny Owls for 20 minutes each week, from 30 September to 31 March, from your garden, local park or woodland. You can even listen […]