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Sunday, 15 May 2022

BIRDS OF THE GALAPAGOS GREG SPENCER More...

Tuesday, 19 April 2022

We are delighted to announce that we have a new website. The RSPB has been working over the past few months to bring a more modern and intuitive website to Local Groups.Now that the new website design has been rolled out to the North Staffs Group, all our future posts, including news, events and trip reports, will go online in this our new website. We will continue to maintain our original website in tandem as we look to make a smooth transition, but our old website will gradually be phased out. More...

VIDEO OF THE MONTH

Tuesday, 1 March 2022

As Spring has now officially sprung and the first butterflies will soon be on the wing, here is the last in Dave Emley's series of talks.Click on the link for the March offering.......... More...

LEADER'S REPORT FOR DECEMBER 2021

Saturday, 11 December 2021

I would like to thank all those members who have returned to the indoor meetings at the Medical Institute in Hartshill and those who have joined the organised coach trips. Additionally I would like to encourage those of you who haven't managed to return yet to consider it please. More...

LEADER'S REPORT FOR OCTOBER 2021

Monday, 4 October 2021

Firstly I would like to thank your committee for all the work they continue to put in (including in the background) to ensure we have a successful Group. The first indoor meeting of the Group, held in September, was reasonably well attended BUT not enough to break even financially. This is a shame because the speaker was excellent and I believe we were all inspired to visit far flung countries once more. More...

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Latest trip report

Car-share Birding Trip - Moore Nature Reserve

Thursday, 28 April 2022

The day was fine, with a light easterly breeze, but quite cold; consequently we saw no butterflies. We tackled the western half of the reserve first, going clockwise. There was much birdsong, with blackcaps being notably numerous; far more so than chiffchaffs and willow warblers. More...

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