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“Natures Favourites”. Slideshow/Talk.

An evening Slideshow and Talk presentation by well known Boston based photographer NEIL SMITH. venue= The Old Kings Head, Kirton,…

Crowdfunding for RSPB Frampton Marsh.

AVIVA, in partnership with the WWF and the RSPB, are providing £1 million to support community groups across the U.K….

62 bird species seen on 7/9/2023 cruise.

From “the Boston Belle”, the complete list of bird species seen is as follows… bar-tailed godwit, black-headed gull, blackbird, buzzard,…

49 bird species seen on 25/8/2023 cruise.

From the South Lincs RSPB Groups latest cruise aboard The Boston Belle, 49 bird species were seen. Also seen were…

“THE BIRDS IN YOUR GARDEN”. 19th October 2023. 7pm for 7-30pm till 9pm.

At “The Old Kings Head” Public House, Kirton PE20 1EG. An illustated slideshow presentation by CHRIS ANDREWS { The Visitor…

“Birds and wildlife of Frampton Marsh and Freiston Shore”. Thursday 20th April 2023

A slideshow of recent images taken by local RSPB Volunteer and wildlife Photographer Jeremy Eyeons at these two local RSPB…

Spring Nature Walk. Saturday 22nd APRIL 2023

This {free of charge} walk around Boston Cemetery will be guided by one of “The friends of Boston Cemetery” on…

54 bird species seen on September 24th cruise.

Another successful cruise aboard the Boston Belle recorded the following species… black-headed gull, black-tailed godwit, brent goose, carrion crow, common…

In memory of The Queen.

We are deeply saddened to hear of the death of our patron, Her Majesty The Queen, and offer our condolences…

Cruise sightings for 23rd June 2022.

41 species of birds were seen from the Boston Belle, as follows… black-headed gull, blackbird, brent goose, buzzard, carrion crow,…

CRUISE REPORT 9th June 2022.

Red Kite and Marsh Harrier were amongst the bird species seen on the South Lincs. RSPBs latest cruise. Other birds…

Fundraising cheque presentation.

The cheque presentation took place at RSPB Frampton Marsh during May 2022. The photograph shows on the left the late…