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Male redstart perched on branch

Friday, 2 April 2021

Heading south-west from London on the M3, through a region subject to huge developmental pressures, one also passes between some rich wildlife habitats subject to the highest levels of environmental protection. This informative, well-illustrated talk gave us a very fine summary. More...

Have you voted yet?

Saturday, 27 February 2021

Choose which statue you think should honour the RSPB's founder - Emily Williamson of Didsbury. The winning statue will stand in Fletcher Moss Park, Didsbury, Emily's former home, and site of that first Society for the Protection of Birds meeting in 1889. To vote, visit the website below and click on the live poll button More...

Flock of pink-footed geese at dawn over Loch of Strathbeg

Wednesday, 24 February 2021

In marked contrast to the trip to New Zealand that featured in last month's talk, this month's excellent presentation was centred on data collected from a garden shed in north-east Cambridge; this opened up a fascinating topic, the scale of which few of us probably realised. More...

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Reeds at sunset, Strumpshaw Fen

Friday, 6 February 2015

All future Trip Reports will now be displayed in the most current Members' Newsletter (See News). More...

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