Any website/services linked to from this page, other than the RSPB, are not specifically endorsed by the RSPB or the local group.
The website of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.
Have fun and learn about birds on the RSPB's youth website.
Thousands of stunning images of birds and wildlife from around the world.
The RSPCA, SSPCA (Scotland), USPCA (Northern Ireland)
The RSPCA (England and Wales), SSPCA (Scotland) and USPCA (Northern Ireland) are the national charities that help and advise on sick and injured birds and animals. The RSPB does not run bird hospitals or a rescue service.
helpwildlife.co.uk provides advice on what to do if you find a sick, injured or abandoned wild bird or animal.
Faversham Natural History Group
Follow the links to Community, Clubs & Societies, Other, Faversham Natural History Group. The Group holds an interesting variety of talks at monthly indoor meetings through the winter, and monthly field trips all year round.
Sandwich Bay Bird Observatory
The observatory records and rings birds in the Sandwich Bay area, as well as managing a bird reserve with a scrape and two hides that are open to its members. Its website provides daily records of bird sightings in the area, together with details of ringing recoveries, reports, courses and events.
The Blean is the area of countryside and villages between the cathedral city of Canterbury and the towns of Faversham, Whitstable and Herne Bay. It is a mosaic of villages, woodlands, farms, local businesses, shops and pubs. Blean Woods are the largest in Kent, covering over 3000 hectares, and are important for wildlife, including dormice, nightingales, nightjars and the rare heath fritillary butterfly. The site contains information on woodland reserves and events, where to eat and sleep, places to walk, and outlets for wood products from The Blean.
Whitstable Natural History Society
The only natural history society dealing exclusively with the wildlife of the Whitstable-Canterbury-Faversham area. The site provides details of local wildlife, walks and talks.
Kent Wildlife Trust
Covers all aspects of wildlife in Kent, providing details of reserves managed by the Kent Wildlife Trust (KWT), together with details on how you can volunteer your help, its education programme, wildlife study days, walks and talks, information and advice.
Kent Ornithological Society
The Kent Ornithological Society (KOS) conducts surveys and collates information about birds and their habitats throughout the county. Members receive regular newsletters and an annual report, whilst the website enables birdwatchers to access more up-to-date information on rare or unusual birds.