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Field Trip to RSPB Winterbourne Downs – Saturday 13/07/2024

In Wiltshire’s chalk country, the RSPB has recreated wildlife-rich habitats once typical of most downland farms to provide a safe…

Nightjar walk at RSPB Farnham Heath – Wednesday 19/06/2024

An evening walk at this reserve to initially look for heathland birds such as Stonechat, Tree Pipit, Common Whitethroat, Woodlark…

Field Trip to RSPB Medmerry & Pagham Harbour – 12/05/2024

On this trip we will hopefully see a variety of species. Visiting Medmerry first, we will look out for passerines…

Field Trip to RSPB Pulborough Brooks – 28/04/2024

With luck visiting RSPB Pulborough Brooks at this time of year should give us the chance to both hear and…

‘Pitcairn Islands & French Polynesia’ by John Clark – Saturday 20/04/2024

John is a local Hampshire man and passionate birder from an early age. He is an author and former County…

Annual General Meeting – Saturday 23/03/2024

Here’s your chance to hear the Group’s Committee Member’s reports on the events of the previous twelve months. An opportunity…

‘Aphrodite’s Isle’ by Roger Beck – Saturday 09/03/2024

Roger, an excellent speaker who has visited us many times before will present a brand-new talk to the Group on…

Field Trip to Blashford Lakes – Sunday 03/03/2024

A good opportunity to see a variety of wintering wildfowl including Pintail, Goldeneye and Goosander, as well as gulls, grebes,…

Field Trip to The London Wetland Centre – Sunday 18/02/2024

A chance to see a variety of birds from the comfort of several well spaced hides. The Tower Hide in…

‘Birds and Wildlife of Southern Sweden’ by Andrew Cleave MBE – Saturday 10/02/2024

Many will remember Andrew’s recent excellent talk to the Group entitled ‘Tigers & Tesias’. It was a night to remember,…

Field Trip to Dinton Pastures Country Park – Sunday 21/01/2024

Dinton Pastures Country Park covers an area of 350 acres close to the heart of Wokingham. It has many lakes…

‘Saving the Stone Curlew’ by Keith Betton – Saturday 06/01/2024

What better way to start the New Year than by welcoming back a well respected friend. Keith Betton devotes much…