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Our new survey has started
Our WildSquare survey for January and February has just started. By completing this survey, you're not only finding out about nature for yourself, but you're also stepping up for nature. To find out more about the RSPB's Stepping up for Nature campaign click on the blue link. This season...
3 Jan 2012
Birds and their song survey nearly finished
Our January / February WildSquare survey is nearly finished. You've still got just over a week to do the survey and submit your results. So if you haven't alredy done it, why not have a go over the weekend. Lots of you have taken part. The commonest birds to be seen on the survey are so far...
16 Feb 2012
These are you last couple of days to complete the Preparing for Winter survey. If you haven't already told us your results make sure you do it now. Our January / February survey is called 'birds and their song'. This time of year is perfect for getting to know the birds in your local area...
29 Dec 2011
Look out for flocking birds
Forget wildebeest migrations or the northern lights. Right now, right here in the UK starlings, geese, ducks, wagtails, rooks, waders and other birds are performing a natural spectacle above our heads. Winter is a brilliant time to watch flocking birds. The pulse, swell and grace of a flock of birds...
9 Nov 2012
Birds and their song
Some people recognise birds by their songs rather than by their appearance. Many birds are small and can be hidden by the leaves on trees, this means it is very helpful to be able to know the bird from its song. Our Wildsquare survey asks you not only to look for the birds but to listen for them too...
3 Jan 2013
Are you taking part in our new Wildsquare survey?
The new Wildsquare survey is up and running and you have till the 31st December to go out and look for nature preparing for winter. Can you see nuts and seeds which lots of animals will be looking for themselves to eat or store over the long winter months. Berries are abundant on trees and bushes, again...
22 Nov 2013
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