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Young man looking through binoculars

Friday, 26 March 2021

We are pleased to share news of the formation of Lancaster Swifts, a Swift City project right here in our historic City. Swifts are amazing birds that visit for only 3 months between late April and July each year. During their summer migration they travel around 6000 miles from Africa to the UK to nest. More...

Binoculars

Friday, 11 December 2020

Following advice from the RSPB, all RSPB Lancaster Local Group meetings have been cancelled until further notice. We hope you will all keep safe during these exceptional circumstances. More...

RSPB Lancaster Local Group Newsletter

Wednesday, 14 October 2020

Welcome to the Autumn 2020 RSPB Lancaster Local Group Newsletter. In this newsletter Valerie has her leader's report and committee update. Sheila looks back over the 32 years of mute swan surveys and John Webb on 17 years of woodcock surveys. More...

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Latest trip report

Curlew standing on weed, County Cork, Ireland

Tuesday, 10 March 2020

Our planned walk from Middleton Sands (Potts Corner) to Sunderland Point was a rather curtailed event owing to high winds and driving rain coinciding with a high tide of 10.2 metres. More...

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