Northward Hill

Northward Hill

Northward Hill
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Latest blog posts
  • Turtle Doves

    We have been asking local residents on the Hoo Peninsula to send us their records of turtle dove to give us vital data on numbers in North Kent. We have heard from a few people now, but sadly all the sightings are of collared doves rather than turtle...
  • Northward Hills' hill and a shady past.

    The hill of Northward Hill RSPB Reserve dominates the marsh and affords fantastic views over to the River Thames and beyond to Essex. In the distance towards the river can be seen the old disused pub, Shade House seemingly in the middle of nowhere...
  • Lodge Hill and the Nightingales, update.

    What’s happening at Lodge Hill? Written by Stephanie Landymore, Parliamenary Caampaigns Officer. Last year, nightingales were added to the UK red list of endangered birds for the first time; after the last census revealed there are now fewer...
  • New arrivals and old friends.

    Well what a week its been here at Northward Hill RSPB reserve. You wait weeks for a migrant to turn then a whole bunch turn up together. As reported earlier in the week, the Cuckoo and the Nightingale are arrriving and there are quite a few Whitethroats...
  • The First Cuckoo of the year.

    The first cuckoo of the year has has been sighted at Northward Hill RSPB Reserve today, before the kids go back to school, if they haven't already, come to the reserve and see if you can be the first in the Spring-time to hear this amazing bird call...
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