Northward Hill

Northward Hill

Northward Hill
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Latest blog posts
  • RSPB Medway Local Group

    I am pleased to announce the RSPB Medway Local Group held a Bootfair at Greenfields site in St Anthonys' Way in Strood and raised £124.00, so we thank all the MLG members who kindly donated the goods to sell. We will not be holding another Bootfair...
  • Big Wild Sleep Out

    I can't believe it's nearly a week since the B.W.S.O.! And what another success it was, this annual event at Northward Hill RSPB Reserve just goes from strength to strength, making it not only one of the best in the South-East, but possibly the...
  • Entomology and Etymology

    The first one is the study of insects and the second the study of words, both similar words and so I decided to bring the two together and look at the origin of some common nature names, like caterpillar, butterfly, hoverfly and Crane flies, Some are...
  • Dragons and Damsels of Northward Hill

    By Julian McManus, RSPB North Kent Marshes Residential Volunteer The weather was brightening up after weeks of storms. And although the songs of spring had subsided, the countryside was far from calm. The frantic din of summer insects filled the meadows...
  • Giving Nature a home.

    Yesterday afternoon for the third year in a row I was lucky enough have a Hummingbird Hawkmoth visit our front garden gathering nectar from the lavender, a truly amazing moth aptly named as it flitted from frond to frond, then zoomed off. Amazing enough...
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