Articles by Paul Daft (paul)
Destination Tenby, West Wales.
A record number of birds on our annual week end
Waste not want not.
Our Group Weekend May '14.
A review of past RSPB Holidays.
An RSPB adventure
You don't have to go far to see birds.
British holidays were enough for me!
On a recent holiday....
Our Four Day Birding Trip in Wales.
This adaptation of Shakespeare’s phrase from ‘As you like it’ sums up the conditions in the Outer Hebrides this May. It was 7.30 in the morning as Keith and I sat in the queue of vehicles waiting to board the Caledonian Macbrayne ferry from Oban to Barra.
Showing the variety of species at Strumpshaw
This was the fervent hope of 40 members
Spring is the time when we look for birds on their annual migration so it was no surprise to see forty migrants from Nottingham RSPB making their annual journey. Having a poor sense of direction means that their migration route varies from year to year and this year saw them heading for Tenby.
Paul recounts the events of the 2008 Bird Race
A look back at a story by Paul Daft about the 2007 birding weekend in Devon.
Paul reports on the spring weekend in Wales.
Desperate Dan, Olive Oyl, Popeye, Mr. Magoo, the Bash Street Kids, Minnie the Minx and Officer Dibble set off to Bournemouth
Autumn Weekend Trip, 2003
"Chief Ticking List" Paul Daft's account of the Autumn Weekend Trip, 2001