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Start of the Summer?
It looks like the weather might finally be improving, there are leaves on the trees, flowers are in bloom and birds are singing. Nature is thriving all around us! Our latest Wildsquare survey 'Start of the Summer' is open for your results now and is a perfect opportunity to get outside and...
10 May 2013
Make hay while the sunshines
The groundsman at my daughters school recently cut the grass in the school playing field (it hasn't yet been sold off). Due to a bumper growth over the summer and possibly a bit of a summer break, the grass this year was longer than normal. This meant that when it was cut the grass dried out to make...
20 Sep 2012
Make the most of the last week of the summer holidays
There's a week left of the summer holidays for most people, so I hope lots of you will be out there making the most of the great outdoors, getting plenty of fresh air and having lots of fun. We've not had much of a summer, so I'm expecting that Autumn will sneak up on us without anyone really...
24 Aug 2012
Practical activities to reconnect young people
Many leaders today are grasping at ways to reconnect children with the natural world. In some schools in America, teachers are at the forefront of this through the use of an informal writing program, EarthWrite, which they say encourages wonder and inspiration in the outdoors and integrates nature...
15 Jun 2012
Edinburgh Phoenix has left the nest!
Scotland's newest RSPB Youth Group has just launched in spectacular style, so for a peek at the kind of brilliance and opportunity our groups attract please read on for an account written by a brand new Phoenix - Annie, aged 16. Edinburgh Phoenix Diary, 27th May 2012 The temperatures were...
12 Jun 2012
What is Wildsquare?
Blogger: Sarah Newton, Youth Project Officer WildSquare is the RSPB’s new children’s nature offering. It is a national bi-monthly survey aimed at helping children to discover the fascinating nature on their doorstep without being bamboozled by technical terms, tricky identifications or...
15 Sep 2011
Thank you to a wonderful fundraising family
A HUGE thank you to the Diss family (especially Matilda, Finty and Arthur) for their efforts in raising money for our Birds of Prey appeal ! We were thrilled to hear your story this week, and we hope it will inspire some of the people who visit this blog to get out there and step up for nature! Good...
9 Sep 2011
Welcome again to the RSPB Learning Community pages! I hope you have had a great summer holiday and are suitably relaxed and rested for the start of the new school year. The summer has been kind to us here at the RSPB office in Sandy and has included some rare (and lots of common) sightings of wildlife...
2 Sep 2011
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