Art in the Watchers’ Room – David Featherbe
Sunday 23rd November – Saturday 10th January
David Featherbe is a Kent-based photographer who has been taking photographs for some thirty years. His images have appeared in Birdwatch, Bird Watching and RSPB Birds Magazines, plus WWT’s Waterlife and numerous digital photography publications. RSPB Dungeness is very pleased to welcome David back to the scenic Watchers' Room gallery for this exhibition.
Winter Wildlife Walk: Wednesday 14 January
10am - 12pm
Price: RSPB members: £5. Non-members: £6
Join local birding expert Paul Trodd on a stroll around the trails to find out what birds and other wildlife are making their homes at Dungeness through the winter. Dungeness is the perfect home for many birds who have left their northern breeding spots for the winter. It's common to see huge flocks of ducks and geese here at this time of year. You will especially be keeping your eyes peeled for smew, goldeneye, great white egrets, and maybe even a bittern! Beginners and more experienced wildlife watchers alike are very welcome. We can also lend you binoculars and give you tips on using them if you don't have any of your own.