All indoor meetings are held at Goytre Village Hall, Newtown Road, Penperlleni, NP4 0AR
Hear about the incredible birdlife of this Equatorial country of islands in the Gulf of Guinea and learn how both chocolate and Einstein have played an important part in the Nation’s history.
Hill walk for Wheatear and Red Grouse.
|SO221132 – parking area opposite Ty-yn-y-Coed
Spring visit to Portland Bill Bird Observatory. Meet at the Observatory or contact Dave to make arrangements.
This event is bookable from 1st February,
A morning walk starting at the layby in Lower Machen at 09am. And easy walk through fields and woodland. The walk through the fields can be muddy following rain. Expect to see/hear spring migrants and possibly Dipper Kingfisher and Grey Wagtail
|Blaen Bran Woodland car park ST272968 08:30
Moderate walk 2to 3 hours
|Full day with RSPB staff guide-Jon Cryer meet at
|Easy walk through our own wood and environs meet at 09:30
|In Farm NP7 8TG. Entrance at SO 39373 16837 08:30
|Farmland birds inc Redstarts and spotted flycatchers
|Meet at Ninewells Car Park SO 51495 03853 at 08:30 Moderate 2-3 hour walk
| Meet Cadira Beeches Car park ST422948 at 20:30
This event is to be confirmed for a date in June. so there will be a future update.
7:00pm – 8:30pm talks and presentations, followed by a walk to listen for churring birds.
Join us for a fascinating evening all about the “Goatsucker” (Nightjar) with an illustrated talk and a presentation on how you can take part in a local survey and be a citizen scientist. After the talks we will be going on a walk to listen for churring birds. Not to be missed.
|Meet at Birch Grove Car Park, ST272936 W3W: backs.filer.pouch 09:30 Easy 2 hour walk
|Undy Church ST439869 at 09:00 easy 3 hour walk
|Met at Fourteen Locks Car Park (possible £1 charge) 08:00
|Meet at NWR Uskmouth RSPB centre 07:00
This indoor talk needs to be confirmed so the date is currently provisional.
Stephanie Joy Tyler MBE, also known as Steph Tyler, is a British ornithologist, zoologist, naturalist, conservationist, and author from Monmouthshire. She is particularly known for her work on Dippers and the preservation of river habitats.
|Meet at Steart Car Park ST 25208 44210 09:00
|Full Day in this large improving reserve
|Weekend – Bookings taken from 1st July – take sleeping bag and food Please contact Dave for details
Hear how a farm at the iconic Biebrza Marsh (NE Poland) has been managed for wildlife and is now full of birds, mammals, butterflies. With all Polish bird specialities breeding including eight species of Woodpeckers, River, Savi’s, and Barred warbler. Bluethroat, Pygmy and Eagle Owl; Wolves, Elk, Beaver, two species of Martens and Camberwell Beauty butterfly.