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Smardale – 15th July 2023 – Richard Dixon

With a very poor weather forecast in prospect only 4 members went on the field trip to Smardale. Fortunately we…

Satlholme RSPB Field Trip – 13th May 2023 – Jill Saunders

On our arrival in Teeside we stopped in a gateway overlooking Cowpen Marsh pools as there had been reports of…

Upper-Teesdale and Langdon Beck Field Trip – 23rd April 2023 – Sheila Addison

After meeting at Rosehill, seven of us set off on a cold but bright and dry morning, pleasantly surprised after…

Indoor and Outdoor Events Programme up until July 2024

Indoor Meetings – Details and Information We have a varied range of talks from October through to March. Unless otherwise…

Leighton Moss RSPB Field Trip – 10th September 2022 – Richard Dixon

Twelve members took the Fellrunner bus to Leighton Moss by an unusual route (guided by me via google maps but…

Foxglove Covert Field Trip – 24th July 2022 – Richard Dixon

Only seven members made the long round trip (200 Miles) to Foxglove Covert and Nosterfield. The morning was spent wandering…

Garden for Wildlife – Summer 2022 – Article and Images Bob Jones

This year I have made a few alterations to try to improve my garden and host more species. Firstly, I…

Coquet Island Work Party – Article and images by Richard Dixon

The usual Wednesday work party at Geltsdale had a change of scenery on the 7th September. Five of us went…

St Bees Head RSPB Field Trip – 18th June 2022 – Richard Dixon

St Bees Head 18/6/22 Seven members set off from Rosehill and met three more at Sandwith. The weather was dry…

Luce Bay and Loch Ryan Field Trip – 23rd April 2022 ­ Phil Evans

With a good turnout of the regular members at Craig Robinson vets we quickly arranged car sharing so we could…

New Garden Resident by Bob Jones

Some years ago speckled wood butterflies were not very regular in Wetheral but then started to appear in a suitable…

The Decline of the Solway Skua passage? By Phil Evans and Bob Jones

Having watched and studied the migration of skuas through the Solway estuary for over twenty years, I and the other…