Dungeness

Dungeness

Dungeness
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  • Art and science collide this event-full weekend!

    This weekend we are proud to welcome artist Justin Sutcliffe's exhibition 'This was once sea' to our Watcher's Room gallery space as part of JAM on the Marsh festival. At 11.30am tomorrow, Saturday 12th July, you can join him for an informal...
  • Return of the waders!

    Hi there, This week is drawing to a close having seen bird numbers increase a fair bit, as waders are starting to be seen in greater numbers again. Juvenile birds are also a highlight at the moment, with young marsh harriers oven being spotted over...
  • 1915 - A Summer at Dungeness, week 6

    Collingwood Ingram was a Captain of the Kent Cyclist Battalion, the ‘Home Guard’ of WW1, at the start of the Great War. He was posted to New Romney, so when off duty he was able to indulge his passion for birds. Friday 2 July 1915, New...
  • Blink and you will miss it!

    It’s that time again folks. On Saturday 12 th July , Dungeness RSPB Reserve will be running another optics demo event! Unfortunately, our Viking expert, Steve Vickers, will not be able to attend, but we have our very own volunteer Len Baker with...
  • butterflies, dragonflies and wonderful summer sun

    What a great day to be here at Dungeness! Brilliant wildlife spotting opportunities have been easy viewing today, not least due to the gorgeous great crested grebe chicks that have been carried around on their parents' backs all day right in front...
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