The BTO have just published their latest report on the state of UK birds. If you would like to know more download a copy of the report. https://www.bto.org/sites/default/files/publications/state-of-uk-birds-2016.pdf
Saturday turned out to be the perfect day for pond and stream sampling. Eleven of us took part in a very interesting event, learning how to sample in ponds and streams, and identifying a few of the invertebrates we caught.
Remember to look out for frog, toad or newt spawn and record when and where you see it. frog, toad and newt spawn part 2 frog, toad and newt spawn
The national flags of Iceland and Norway fluttered in the stiff breeze to welcome the party of Field Naturalists after their long drive up from Rochdale to the WWT reserve at Caerlaverock, near Dumfries in south west Scotland. The flags signify two of the great attractions of the reserve in winter – over 130 […]
On Saturday 14th January Rochdale Field Naturalists’ Society left a decidedly cold and damp Rochdale behind and travelled by coach to Knott End. The visit was timed to coincide with a high spring tide which pushes birds off the extensive mudflats of Morecambe Bay towards the shoreline. The group arrived in bright sunshine and headed […]