Places to visit

Places to visit

Places to visit
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  • Rainham Marshes

    Little and large

    We have had three Ruff out on the pools over the last few days and they nicely show the size difference between males and females. The two males are large and leggy and are probably a bit bigger than a Redshank while the juvenile female is a dinky little...
  • Saltholme

    Cowpen Marsh, Great White Egret

    Yesterday we were working on Cowpen Marsh. As grazing is needed to keep the vegetation in perfect condition for breeding waders we need to allow the graziers access to all parts of the marsh to look after their cattle. This means bridging the Fleet at...
  • Frampton Marsh

    Frampton Marsh and Freiston Shore recent sightings, 12 - 18 September 2014

    Another cracking week at Frampton with waders again being the big draw. At least two of the three pectoral sandpipers remained with only a single bird being seen from East Hide towards the end of the week. Our little stint count ramped up significantly...
  • South Stack Cliffs

    What makes an RSPB Volunteer?

    Within the RSPB volunteers are an important part of the day to day running of all aspects of this wonderful charity. From working on reserves, administration, people engagment to working in the shops and cafes, without volunteers we wouldn't be able to continue giving nature a home. Here at RSPB South Stack we recently had an awards ceremony to celebrate the hard work put in by our volunteers over the years, which for some has been many! However, this got us thinking, what make somebody come and volunteer for the RSPB for so long. We put this question to some of our volunteers and there...
  • Dungeness

    An urgent appeal - join the battle of Lodge Hill

    This is an urgent appeal for you to give a couple of minutes of your time to add your voice to the campaign to save Lodge Hill and it's nightingales. You only have a few days left to do your bit. In the last two weeks this campaign has gone from...
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Big Wild Sleepout 1

10 August 2013
Posted to: Havergate Island
by 12

Big Wild Sleepout 10

11 August 2013
Posted to: Havergate Island
by 15

Big Wild Sleepout 11

11 August 2013
Posted to: Havergate Island
by 17

Big Wild Sleepout 12

11 August 2013
Posted to: Havergate Island
by 21

Big Wild Sleepout 13

10 August 2013; photo by Kevin Sawford www.kevinsawford.com Everyone and everything is arriving per...
Posted to: Havergate Island
by 13

Big Wild Sleepout 14

10 August 2013; photo by Kevin Sawford www.kevinsawford.com The first arrivals at the camp site: Where...
Posted to: Havergate Island
by 17

Big Wild Sleepout 15

10 August 2013; photo by Kevin Sawford www.kevinsawford.com The 'Design your own Island' activitiy;...
Posted to: Havergate Island
by 18

Big Wild Sleepout 16

10 August 2013; photo by Kevin Sawford www.kevinsawford.com The second 'boat load' of familes...
Posted to: Havergate Island
by 18

Big Wild Sleepout 17

10 August 2013; photo by Kevin Sawford www.kevinsawford.com We saw quite a handful hares on the evening...
Posted to: Havergate Island
by 17

Big Wild Sleepout 18

10 August 2013; photo by Kevin Sawford www.kevinsawford.com One of our young visitors is fascinated...
Posted to: Havergate Island
by 16

Big Wild Sleepout 19

10 August 2013; photo by Kevin Sawford www.kevinsawford.com On our evening walk; Harry getting close...
Posted to: Havergate Island
by 16

Big Wild Sleepout 2

10 August 2013
Posted to: Havergate Island
by 12
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