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rspbgravesend – Gravesend RSPB local group

We are the local RSPB group for the Gravesend area

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Reminder: Get your tickets for the online talk by André Farrar ahead of this Thursday evening

André Farrar will be talking to us this Thursday evening at 7:30pm about 'Kent - the Wildlife Garden of England'. Please ensure you get your ticket ahead of the event as the ticket sale ends at 7:30pm on Thursday, when the event starts. The tickets are available on a donation basis - with a minimum donation of £1 and a suggested donation of £3. Go through to the Eventbrite site to get your ticket at the link below. Click on the green 'Tickets' button. On the next page, enter a donation amount (£1 min). Click the red 'Checkout' button to order your ticket. Access to the meeting will be via the Events page via the 'Access the Event' button (bottom right of first page).  You will also get ...

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Tickets available for online talk 'Kent - the Wildlife Garden of England' by André Farrar

Our 2021 programme will start with a series of online Zoom talks. We are pleased to present Dr André Farrar on 14 January at 7:30pm. André is the protected areas campaigner for the RSPB and will be talking about his home county of Kent - the Wildlife Garden of England. He considers the mix of challenges and opportunities to ensure that the Garden of England remains brimming with its richness of wildlife. Tickets are available on Eventbrite, click the link below. They are offered free, with a donation of £3 suggested for those who wish to and can give. I look forward to welcoming you to the meeting in January. Paul

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Latest Newsletter, 2021 Programme and membership renewal invitation

As the end of this difficult year is fast approaching it's time to publish our events programme for 2021 together with our latest newsletter. Click on the image below to read our Autumn newsletter where you will also find a membership renewal form. Because of the unavoidable cancellations this year, next year’s subscription fee for current members has been discounted. Click on the image below to see our programme of events for 2021. Please note the first 3 months will be a little different, with online "zoom" talks and no outdoor events currently planned during that period. Obviously the outdoor events planned for 2021 can only be our "best hopes" at this stage and may have to change. As we move into 2021 ...

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Nature Watch calendar now ready to order

**UPDATE** You can now order your copy of the Nature Watch' calendar directly from the PixaPrint website: Contact Paul via the groupleader email address ( for the site password and a 10% discount code. ** During the first lockdown we started a 'Stay-at-Home' Facebook group for the Gravesend RSPB local group.  For twelve weeks we ran a weekly informal photo competition with a different theme each week.  One of the ideas suggested was to turn the winning photos into a calendar. As the facebook group later got re-named 'Nature Watch' Gravesend RSPB Facebook group, I am pleased to announce I have compiled a Gravesend RSPB local group Nature Watch calendar for 2021, based on these photos and a selection of some of the best photographs ...

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Latest Trip Reports

  • Group Trip to Rainham RSPB Reserve
    Group Trip to Rainham RSPB Reserve

    On a bright sunny Sunday morning 17 of us gathered at RSPB Rainham Marshes. It was formerly Ministry of Defence land and was used as a firing range, evidence of which can be seen as we journey through the site.  The RSPB purchased the area in 2000 and it was […]

  • Sevenoaks Trip Report
    Sevenoaks Trip Report

    On a blustery and damp day thirteen of us met to explore this hidden gem tucked away just north of Sevenoaks and south of the M26.  The reserve is based around several large lakes, left over from gravel workings in the last century and includes areas of varied woodland and […]

Members’ Posts

  • Swanscombe Marshes
    Swanscombe Marshes

    Donna Zimmer, with Barry Wright, has created this brilliant film showing just why Swanscombe Marshes is such a special place and needs to be protected. If […]

  • Kent 2050: Road to Net Zero Conference

    An online meeting was recently held by Kent County Council with guest speakers.   It will be available on Youtube until friday 29th January 2021, […]

  • Black-headed gulls - More rings to find
    Black-headed gulls – More rings to find

    During lockdown we have occasionally walked to Gravesend Promenade for a bit of bird watching. In previous blog posts I have written about the black-headed […]

Group Leader’s Notes

  • 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: 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 […]

  • Another Crab Spider
    Another Crab Spider

    This crab spider should have gone to Specsavers! I will have to go back and have another read of my book. Malcolm