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10:46pm Monday 18th March 2013
Wednesday 10 April Jonathan Forgham will give an illustrated talk on The Carmargue. This great wetland region, at the mouth of the River Rhone in southern France, may be famous for its horses but it is an amazing area for birds too. The meeting will be held at the Stanborough Centre, starting at 8pm, doors open at 7.30pm. There will be John Hurrell walks in Ver Valley, St Albans, on Thursday 21 March, and at Tyttenhanger, London Colney,on Wednesday 24 April.
3:31pm Sunday 6th January 2013
On Wednesday 9 January, Melanie and Andrew Jardine, long term members of our Group, will talk about their travels in Argentina in “Buenos Aires, Buenas Aves”. The next local John Hurrell walk will be on Tuesday 15 January Cassiobury Park
1:45am Thursday 6th December 2012
6:19pm Sunday 11th November 2012
7:54pm Monday 8th October 2012
Our next indoor meeting on Wednesday 10 October will take us to the far north west of the British Isles “Going Wild in the Hebrides”. Our local John Hurrell walk will be on Wednesday 17 October in Cassiobury Park.
10:54am Monday 10th September 2012
The new season of activities for the RSPB Watford Local Group opens on Wednesday 12 September with a talk by Neil Renwick on “Spain, Birds not Beaches". Our local John Hurrell walk will be on Tuesday 25 September at Croxley Common Moor.
8:26pm Monday 11th June 2012
7:03pm Saturday 28th April 2012
2:20pm Tuesday 10th April 2012
David Elcome will be the speaker at our next indoor meeting on Wednesday 11 April. The meeting will start at 8pm at the Stanborough Centre, Stanborough Park Church, 609 St Albans Road, Watford WD25 9JL. Entry costs £3, including light refreshments and all are welcome. David, a retired officer from the RSPB, will give the non-birding talk of the season on “Wild Orchids”. He has long been interested in these amazing plants and will describe their bizarre lifestyles, with tales of bribery, deception and seduction.
8:11pm Monday 7th February 2011
Your Say Your Watford
It seems that WCHT are one of a very few organisations that have the guts and common-sense to bring back apprenticeships. Oh that more companies would do the same. At least some kids leaving school might be able to forge a career in such essential things as plumbing, bricklaying, electrician, etc. − pc49plodHousing trust signs up construction work apprentices »
In 20 years of supporting the orns that was the best day and experience I've had as a fan. Amazing team display. Zola deserves so much credit for his team selection and changes!! A lot of fans were calling for MV to be taken off for FF but how wrong were they?? Incredible, amazing. − JoelageWatford reach Wembley in unbelievable fashion »