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Tommy and his mum go on all our monthly outings and we are pleased he gets so much out of the trips.
Just by chance.
British holidays were enough for me!
Noticable decline in Starlings.
On a recent holiday....
Our Four Day Birding Trip in Wales.
Carl writes about his start in birdwatching
This was the fervent hope of 40 members
A pair of Marsh Harriers have bred for the first time in Nottinghamshire.
Its funny how things happen sometimes.
Every month on the coach we do a 'Bird of the Day'.
Paul recounts the events of the 2008 Bird Race
We won the lottery! Or at least, lottery funding.
Graham learns he has to eat quickly to keep up with the Goodwins...
Stuart Taylor's view of the May 2004 Birdrace
This year is the Group‘s 30th Anniversary and we have decided to attempt to raise £10,000 towards the new Beckingham Marshes reserve in North Nottinghamshire. One of the ways we hoped to raise the money was by a bird race. As no other teams entered we decided to go it alone. The team consisted of Andrew Griffin, Group Leader and driver, Stuart Taylor, former outings organiser, now itinerant RSPB warden, Stephen Wilkinson, group member and good birder and myself Dave Goodwin, outings organiser and scribe for the day. What follows is as best as I remember it, the trials of the big day.
Dave's account of birdwatching in Spain
The Goodwin family take a trip to Egypt - but would Dave find any birds...?
Dave wears a tie. And meets Bill Oddie as the RSPB, Tarmac Heavy Building Materials UK Ltd, and Trinity College Cambridge put pen to paper to bring Langford Lowfields nature reserve a step closer.
Stuart's account of a fortnight spent up at Loch Garten as a voluntary warden.