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Where is spring?
We had a lovely weekend here with sunshine and blue skies. The flowers have started to bloom due to the warmer weather. Have you seen more flowers in your Wildsquare? The official first day of spring was not spring like at all, but had mist, fog, snow and freezing temperatures. This has meant alot...
12 Apr 2013
Fundraise for wildlife – with events become one of our team!
If you would like to be part of our local volunteer fundraising teams, we have activities that you can do all year round, or for just two hours once a year. If you'd like to go one step further and get your adrenaline rush while fundraising for us, how about a bungee jump, skydiving, or abseiling...
10 Apr 2013
(Dead) Birdwatching with Fraserburgh & District Wildlife Explorers
Many aspects of wildlife recording are nothing like most people imagine. It’s not all listening for delicate birdsong or identifying otter and water vole tracks on the riverbanks... sometimes it's combing the sand for bodies lost at sea! February 23 rd saw the intrepid Fraserburgh &...
3 Apr 2013
Fundraise for wildlife – how you can help!
Every year, the fantastic energy and enthusiasm of supporters like you help us raise over £1.5m of donations to help nature and wildlife. Whether you'd like to fundraise alone, with friends or with colleagues, or whether you're a teacher or business owner, we can offer a host of fundraising...
28 Mar 2013
Find out what inspires people to volunteer as youth leaders .... the feel good factor
In my last blog we told you about what our children get out of their involvement with the RSPB and our youth groups. This time we asked our volunteers ‘what inspired you to become a youth leader?” Read on to find out what they had to say ..... If our volunteers make you feel inspired yourself...
14 Mar 2013
What do children get out of a Wildlife Explorer or Phoenix Group?
Children and young people are inherently curious about the world around them, and for many that includes nature. That interest is fanned by experience, the more direct and frequent the better. As children become progressively more urban and biodiversity becomes more restricted to protected areas, children’s...
1 Mar 2013
New Wildsquare survey begins - 1st March
Spring is a wonderful time of year to be getting outside. All around you nature is coming back to life after slowing down for the winter. Leaves are appearing, insects are hatching or coming out of hibernation, flowers are coming up and all sorts of animals are having babies. A lot of animals have babies...
28 Feb 2013
Date with Nature – St Albans Herons 2013
We have a guest blog this week from Carol Waller, one of our Date with Nature volunteers, last week she volunteered for the first time at a Date With Nature event in Verulamium Park, St Albans; “My role involved talking to visitors about the herons in the park and helping them use our telescopes...
27 Feb 2013
What's Your Favourite Natural Childhood Memory?
RSPB Scotland's Youth & Education Team reflect on their favourite childhood moments in nature, and remind us of an exciting new initiative to reward children and young people today who are protecting Scotland's natural environment for future generations to enjoy. “Snail farming”...
18 Feb 2013
Poll: How do you get children involved with nature?
It'd be really interesting to see what everybody does with the children in their care, whether you're a parent, teacher, home educator, club leader, relative (I could go on!). Please post if you've got a great memory or would like to share something that your children really enjoy doing...
26 Oct 2011
If you live in the Bedfordshire area, then why not book into our ever popular, scary day at the Lodge?! Carve a pumpkin, bob an apple, have a spooky face paint and enter the best- dressed child competition. Find out more information here
17 Oct 2011
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