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Saturday 13th August, coach trip to Rye Harbour

Wednesday, 27 July 2016

Rye Harbour - a fantastic place that's difficult to sum up in a few words. The Nature Reserve lies within a large triangle of land which extends eastwards from Winchelsea Beach to the mouth of the River Rother and north to Rye. It includes many different habitats; intertidal saltmarsh, reclaimed saltmarsh, drainage ditches, shingle ridges, sand, marsh, pits and scrub which together make it one of the best birdwatching sites in Sussex. More...

Enfield Swift Emergency

Thursday, 14 July 2016

A swift enthusiast has alerted us to the fact that a huge development in the Borough of Enfield is going to destroy a colony of swifts - reportedly the only one for quite some distance around. The large swift colony (at least 20 birds) is at Shepcot House, 119 Cowper Gardens, Southgate, N14. More...

Saturday 9th July, Coach trip to Wicken Fen.

Monday, 20 June 2016

Join us on this trip to one of the last remaining fragments of sedge fen in Europe, home to 9000 recorded species including many rare species of plants, birds and dragonflies. Look out for marsh and hen harrier, hobby, bittern, lapwing, snipe, redshank, cuckoo, turtle dove, hirundines, water rail, marsh and willow tits, lesser whitethroat, sedge, reed, grasshopper and garden warblers and bearded tit. More...

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Coach trip to Rye Harbour, 13th August 2016

Wednesday, 17 August 2016

A good day's birding was had at Rye Harbour. There was something for everyone in the more than 50 species we saw and with good weather, plenty of butterflies too! More...

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