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Swift Awareness

Swift Declines According to published results of the BTO’s Breeding Bird Survey, for every 100 Swifts present in the UK…

Walk: Moira to Broadwater

Saturday March 30th – 10.30 or 11 am

Birdwatching at Glynn

with Translink & BTO – 13th January 2024 Travelling by train to this birdwatching morning was especially memorable. As a…

Nature Can’t Wait

RSPB Campaign: Nature Can’t Wait

WWT Castle Espie – 28th October 2023

Wild and Wet

Hawk-moths

Bird, Bee or Moth? The Hummingbird Hawk-moth, with two birds in its name, inspired this blog post. David recently got…

Swift Awareness – Swift Awareness Week

In February 2022 we enjoyed an online talk by Edward Mayer (Swift Conservation) titled Swifts – The Birds You Can…

Field Trip Report – 22nd June 2023 – RSPB Portmore Lough

The moths had a good night at Portmore, as most of them evaded the trap which had fallen or been…

Nature Birds and Wildlife in Lisburn

Whether you live in the heart of the city, west of us on the shores of Lough Neagh or elsewhere…

We are looking for people just like you!

Across the UK, RSPB Local Groups exist to promote and support the aims of the charity in the context of…

Saving Our Swifts

The Common Swift has recently been added to the red list of Birds of Conservation Concern in the United Kingdom….

Field Trip Report – 29th January 2022 – RSPB Portmore Lough

This month we attempted to count the birds seen during our visit, something we are not in the habit of…