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rspbgravesend – Gravesend RSPB local group

We are the local RSPB group for the Gravesend area

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First outdoor trip to Samphire Hoe this Sunday

First outdoor trip to Samphire Hoe this Sunday

Just to confirm, our first outdoor trip this year, which is to Samphire Hoe on Sunday 11 July will be taking place. Please be mindful that Covid-19 restrictions do still apply at this time for meeting people outside. (Max. 30 people outside, (6 inside), maintain social distances, wear a mask inside, regularly wash hands.)Here's hoping for good weather! Paul

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Swanscombe marshes

Swanscombe Marshes SSSI - your action requested

You will be aware of Swanscombe Marshes and its recent notification as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) - this recognises the sites national importance for its breeding birds, invertebrates, plants and geological features. As part of the process, Natural England, the government’s nature conservation agency, must formally consult on this notification, which runs until the 12th July, until it is officially designated. There is therefore an opportunity for organisations and individuals to support this. The more people who can respond to the consultation and commend Natural England for taking this decision the better. We would be delighted if you could take ten minutes of your time to follow the guidance on Buglife’s page here www.buglife.org.uk/campaigns/save-swanscombe-marshes/tell-natural-england-that-you-want-the-swanscombe-peninsula-protected to support the notification. ...

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Spring Newsletter available and renewals reminder

Spring Newsletter available and renewals reminder

Our spring 2021 newsletter is now available for you to download and read.  Click the link or picture to open it. As an RSPB Local Group we exist to connect people who share an interest in the nature in our local area. By joining our group you help support us to continue that work and the RSPB in general.  So, if you have not renewed your membership or not yet joined us, please do so. This year, due to the COVID-19 restrictions, our annual membership fee is discounted to £3 pp.  Note our programme of online Zoom talks will continue through to May.  Our membership/renewal form can be found here. Enjoy reading our latest newsletter and thanking for supporting our local group. Paul Gravesend RSPB ...

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Swanscombe Marshes – What can you do?

Swanscombe Marshes - What can you do?

Hot on the heels of the previous post where Natural England have recognised that the area should be designated as a SSSI, it is important to remember that this in no way means that the London Resort Development will not go through. The final decision on the development will be made by the Secretary of State and it is vital that we continue to work towards protecting the area.   With that in mind, what can you do to help the campaign to Save Swanscombe Marshes and peninsular? There are lots of ways you can get involved. Join campaigning groups on social media (Facebook, Twitter etc) Save Swanscombe Peninsula being an excellent start.  Follow our updates, and those of the central RSPB Community Follow the ...

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Recent Announcements

  • Allhallows-on-sea

    Our next outdoor meeting takes place this Tuesday, 27th July at Allhallows. Meet by the ‘British Pilot’ pub ME3 9QW. This is a morning walk to Yantlett Creek & along the Thames river wall. The muddy shore attracts gulls, oystercatchers & waders. The meeting will start at 10am and will […]

  • Warnham Nature Reserve, Horsham

    Our next outdoor meeting will take place this Saturday 24 July at WARNHAM Nature Reserve, Horsham Meet in the reserve car park RH12 2RA. Thisis a new venue for our group with trails, hides, a visitor centre and many different habitats. There is a £3 entry charge (at the moment […]

Latest Trip Reports

  • Group trip to Warnham Nature Reserve Saturday 24th July
    Group trip to Warnham Nature Reserve Saturday 24th July

    Warnham Local Nature Reserve is owned and managed by Horsham District Council and was designated a nature reserve in 1988. It includes a 17 acre millpond, marshes, grassland, reed beds, hedges and woodland. Fortunately, the forecasted thunder and lightning didn’t materialize as ten of us set off to explore this […]

  • Group Trip to Samphire Hoe - Sunday 11th July
    Group Trip to Samphire Hoe – Sunday 11th July

    One of the good things about visiting Samphire Hoe, near Dover, is that you can get a close – up view of the White Cliffs without getting your feet wet. And one of the best places at Samphire Hoe is an “off limits” area of tumbled chalk boulders that have […]

Members’ Posts

  • Merlin app

    I’ve discovered a new birding app called “Merlin bird id”. It’s been developed by Cornell university and it’s designed to help bird identification in the […]

  • Wildlife puzzles

    For those who like a mental challenge, here are a couple of puzzles shared by the RSPB Winchester & District Local Group. On this page […]

  • Swanscombe Marshes - What can you do?
    Swanscombe Marshes – What can you do?

    Hot on the heels of the previous post where Natural England have recognised that the area should be designated as a SSSI, it is important […]

Group Leader’s Notes

  • Spring Newsletter available and renewals reminder
    Spring Newsletter available and renewals reminder

    Our spring 2021 newsletter is now available for you to download and read.  Click the link or picture to open it. As an RSPB Local […]

  • Nature Watch calendar now ready to order
    Nature Watch calendar now ready to order

    **UPDATE** You can now order your copy of the Nature Watch’ calendar directly from the PixaPrint website: https://www.pixaprints.co.uk/designs/ordershared/1209/775acf3508b27a600e25a6d3a12d76b0 Contact Paul via the groupleader email address […]

  • Caterpillar Brains
    Caterpillar Brains

    Well I did ask! In a previous post I said that I only had 85 photographs of cinnabar caterpillars and that I needed more. So […]

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