Category: Outdoor trips

  • Wanlip & Cossington Meadows

    To take advantage of the short amount of daylight at this time of year, we will take a short journey to the north of the City to check out the lakes and pools of 2 reserves in the Soar Valley. All ducks will be looking at their best ahead of the breeding season. Wanlip LE7 […]

  • Middleton Lakes

    The nearest RSPB reserve for us has plenty to offer in the way of varied habitat and December can be a very good time to see winter visitors There is a café and toilet facilities B78 2BB

  • Potteric Carr

    A much-loved Yorkshire site with a variety of habitat, where we may be lucky to find Bitterns and Kingfishers There is a visitor centre DN4 8DB

  • Sculthorpe Moor

    nb We have decided to postpone the visit to Holme NOA, as there are already other parties booked in. Instead we will concentrate on finding as many birds as possible at the Sculthorpe site.  Much relandscaping and their new raised hide that have been built in the last couple of years will afford plenty of […]

  • Attenborough Nature Reserve

    We will be accompanied by Nigel Slater on his local patch and will be able to take advantage of his excellent birdsong id skills. All of the summer visitors will be in. There’s plenty to see on the former gravel pit lagoons which run alongside the River Trent nb No breakfast stop Visitor Centre has […]

  • RSPB Dearne Valley – Old Moor

    Bitterns are regularly sighted and we should see Marsh Harriers and possibly a Kingfisher or two. There is a visitor centre for food and facilities S73 0YF

  • Paxton Pits

    A variety of habitats in the Great Ouse valley should result in a good selection of bird species. Especially, Nightingales are regularly recorded here. There is a visitor centre for food and facilities PE19 6ET

  • RSPB Frampton Marsh, Lincolnshire

    Frampton Marsh near Boston Lincolnshire is an area of lagoons and marshland separated from the Wash by an earth bank. We can expect to see large numbers of waders and geese. Merlins and Peregrines are sighted regularly. There will be a breakfast stop en-route and there are toilet facilities on site.

  • CANCELLED Somerset Weekend Away

  • CANCELLED Frampton Marsh RSPB

    Leave Blaby at 7.30am A favourite site for the club and it rarely disappoints. There are shallow lagoons aplenty, reed beds and behind the seawall we get views over mudflats out to the Wash. Merlins, Little Stints and Curlew Sandpipers are regularly seen. Visitor Centre for toilets £3.00. https://www.rspb.org.uk/reserves-and-events/reserves-a-z/frampton-marsh/  

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