January Meeting Online: John Wilson- Changes in Bird Populations over a Lifetime

In an illustrated talk created especially for us, LDBWS President and patch birding / conservation legend John Wilson will tell us about the many changes he's seen in the district's birds populations since he started birding in 1945.  Taking a number of species including yellow wagtail John will highlight some of booms, crashes and fluctuations as observed

LDBWS Field Meeting: New Year Goosing *note new date*

Bean geese Pink-footed goose One of the reasons we’re lucky to live and bird in Lancaster and District is the spectacular number of wintering geese we live alongside. Join us on Saturday 12th February for a spot of New Year Goosing- part celebration / part ID workshop / part wild goose

February Meeting Online: Mark Pearson ‘Filey Bay – Seabird Nirvana’

From the natural harbour of Filey Brigg to the towering chalk of Bempton Cliffs, one of Yorkshire's most iconic and breathtaking panoramas also just so happens to the best bay for birds on the east coast. Famously home to a glittering cast of breeding seabirds (Gannets & Puffins included), but it's the lesser-known treats we'll

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