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Field Trip: 27 Jan 2013 – Strumpshaw Fen & Buckenham Marsh

27th January, 2013 – WVBS Field Trip

Strumpshaw Fen & Buckenham Marsh, leader TBA

A very good start to our 2013 outdoor events. Details will be announced when a leader is confirmed.

Put it in your diary for the time being.

Winter Bird Count: 06 Jan 2013

Winter Bird Count  – Sunday 6th January 2013  – leader Richard Norris

Our annual Winter Count will be held on Sunday 6th January and the idea is to find as many different species in our recording area between

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Brecks for Breckland Specialities 25 Mar 2012

 Breck for Breckland Specialities  25th March, 2012    reporter (and leader) Glenn Collier

Our day of birding started at 7.30 for early risers at  Santon Downham and 9.00 am for the main walk . We thought a few would turn up early , so  it was a great surprise to see 20 people,  especially with the clocks changed .  The weather was cool but we soon warmed up in hot Santon Downham . We only had about an hour or so before we met the others, so with lots of beady eyes we had  33 birds and highlights were, Great Grey Shrike,  Lesser Spotted Woodpecker  ( seen by a few of us ) Siskin, Lesser Redpoll, Brambling, Redwing      ~    Full list below  Continue reading

Thursday 19th. January 2012: Galapagos-In the Footprints of Darwin

speaker Kevin Elsby

We welcome back, for  our first indoor meeting of the New Year, Dr Kevin Elsby.  Kevin is a full time GP and has been passionate about nature all his life. As a naturalist he has travelled around the world. He has a particular interest in the wildlife of the Arctic, the Antarctic and tropical rainforests. Continue reading

October meeting: Birdwatching in Oman 21 October 2010

Thursday 21st October

Apologies for those who turned up to Weston Longville Village Hall for a talk on Birds of the Isle of Man. Unfortunately Chris Sharpe was indisposed at the 11th hour but we managed to get Chris Mills, birdwatcher, ringer, photographer and tour guide to talk about a birding trip to Oman and the United Arab Emirates. Continue reading

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