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Shoreham Heavy Horse Show

Sunday, 4 September 2016

The Group had a succesful day at the annual Shoreham Heavy Horse Show, with sales, "Lucky Dip", Tombola, and Pin Badges. More...

Panamanian Puddles - Peter and Pauline Heathcote

Thursday, 1 September 2016

Panama as a land mass did not exist until 20 million years ago, when two tectonic plates collided linking North and South America. The link between Pacific and Atlantic oceans closed until the Panama Canal re-opened it. More...


Tuesday, 16 August 2016

Leaving the EU could remove some of the wildlife protection protected by the Habitats and the Birds Directives, and affect the funding of farming stewardship schemes which compensate farmers for loss of productivity when more environmentally friendly practices are employed. We therefore need to ensure that our government, whatever its political colour, continues to maintain the improvements in the environment that have been gained over the past decades and that all the campaigning and work of wildlife supporters like us is not undermined. Organisations such as the RSPB and the Wildlife Trusts are vital guardians and we must give them as much support as possible. More...

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Dungeness RSPB 21st September - report by Anne McGregor

Wednesday, 21 September 2016

A really glorious day with non-stop sunshine and temperatures which didn't even necessitate the donning of jackets.We started at the ARC, where water levels are finally lower again, revealing plenty of gravel strips and a variety of waders. Particularly appreciated were the black, white and golden flocks of Lapwing and Golden Plover flying against the blue sky. A Marsh Harrier flew directly towards us giving lovely views, and a juvenile consumed its prey within full, if rather distant, view. More...

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