Your recent sightings at Northward Hill
Your recent sightings
The last Nightingale walk of 2018.
Yesterday evening was the last of this years ‘Nightingale Season Singing Walks’ and I was always a little worried as their singing period is so short and this was pretty much the extent of that period, never-the-less nearly thirty members of the...Posted 25 May 2018 by Dr Hoo
Cliffe Pools Nightingale Walk
This evening was the 4th Nightingale walk on the North Kent Marshes and it was a privilege to meet and greet 28 people and to give the 20+ or so of them who had never heard, let alone seen a Nightingale the opportunity to change that. So after a...Posted 23 May 2018 by Dr Hoo
University of the third age (U3A) visit to Northward Hill RSPB.
Today I had the privilege once again of taking the U3A group from Knole near Sevenoaks on their annual walk at Northward Hill RSPB. We met in the Bromhey Farm car park at 10 am. It was a pleasure to see such a pleasant group once again. I gave the...Posted 11 May 2018 by Dr Hoo
Nightingale walk Northward Hill
The 3rd of May saw the second evening walk at the reserve hosted by the Medway Local Group, by 7pm 27 of us had gathered to hear the legendary bird sing, a good two thirds had never heard a nightingale and I promised them a real treat. Up to Sween...Posted 08 May 2018 by Dr Hoo
A few recent images from RSPB North Kent Marshes.
Avocet swimming, a male cuckoo, little egrets, a sunrise at Cliffe Pools and a sunset over Gordons Hide at Northward Hill. My thanks for the images to Wendy Turner, Colin Oldman Birchall, Andrew Edwards, Chris White and Eliza Saunders.Posted 07 May 2018 by Dr Hoo
Nightingale Walk Lodge Hill 24/04/18
Last Tuesday I had the great pleasuure to lead a walk on the public access routes round Lodge Hill in pursuit of Nightingales. Here is my report back to the RSPB Medway Local Group:- Yesterday evening was the 2 nd Nightingale Walk run by the Medwa...Posted 26 Apr 2018 by Dr Hoo