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International Dawn Chorus Day, Sunday 1st May

Sunday, 1 May 2022

Sunday is International Dawn Chorus Day, the weather forecast is good, so why not make the effort and enjoy an uplifting experience. You can listen in your garden, at a local green space or reserve, or join one of the events on RSPB reserves. More...

May 2022 Newsletter

Thursday, 28 April 2022

As we come to terms with the new "normal" of living with Covid19, we have now resumed our meetings, both face to face indoor talks, and field meetings. More...

Antarctica South Georgia and the Falkland Islands by Keith Betton

Thursday, 7 April 2022

Keith is a keen world birder and conservationist and has visited the Antarctic oceans three times. In this talk he takes us through some of the amazing birds that you can see, and he will explain how the wildlife of these areas fit together in a very challenging environment. More...

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Latest trip report

Castle Water and Rye Harbour, report by Anne McGregor

Wednesday, 20 April 2022

A glorious spring day of blue skies, gentle breezes and a profusion of birds, with seventy species recorded. A Peregrine circled over Camber Castle, which was at its best in the sunshine with yellow wallflowers growing from every available nook and cranny in its weathered stones. More...

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