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John Buckingham - "Falkland Islands - birds and wildlife in close up"

Thursday, 2 October 2014

John Buckingham took us on a journey to a number of islands comprising the Falklands showing how closely the habitat mirrors that of our own uplands. The good news was that the Black-browed Albatross population is no longer declining. Many long line fishing boats now use a simple and cheap device promoted by the RSPB to prevent this and other albatross species being hooked accidentally and drowned. More...

Binoculars

Thursday, 4 September 2014

Our indoor meeting season starts on September 4th with a visit to Cuba! More...

VOTE FOR BOB

Tuesday, 26 August 2014

Hello everyone, I'm Bob - you might have heard a little about me recently. Well, here I am! I'm spearheading a new campaign - 'Vote for Bob' - to get nature on to the political agenda. I hear you're an amazing bunch of humans who love wildlife and want to help. That's exactly what I need. More...

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Latest trip report

Curlew standing on weed, County Cork, Ireland

Thursday, 9 October 2014

I've read that Curlews are gregarious after the breeding season and form large flocks, but I'm sure I've never seen such a large flock as we saw today: when we arrived there just a few Curlew resting, more and more birds flew in, and by the time we left there were over 400 birds. More...

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