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Giles Knight surveying choughs, N. Antrim

Thursday, 25 January 2018

Four British birdwatchers, each taken prisoner-of-war during World War Two, met in the camps, survived and went on to play key roles in post-war wildlife studies and conservation. This extraordinary story was superbly told, making an excellent start to our 2018 programme. More...

Robin sitting in grass

Friday, 29 December 2017

Attached is an update of the list of birds seen on field trips from January to December 2017. The Cambridge Local Group managed to see 166 different species of birds in 2017 In 2018 we hope to reach 200+ and if you would like to join us why not take a look at our programme for 2018. More...

November Indoor Meeting - Steve Rowland - Butterbumps, thick-knees and tanglepickers: the work of the RSPB in Eastern England

Tuesday, 28 November 2017

An entertaining and inspiring talk reminded us of the tremendous variety of RSPB reserves in our region, described the importance of those sites to many species, and introduced us to the work that goes on (both on the ground and behind the scenes) to create, maintain and extend them. 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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