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12 points go to...the stonie
Blogger: Erica Howe, Communications Officer What is it that makes you proud to live in the UK? Is it the football team you support, the heritage, the fish and chips, the landscape? There are many reasons to feel proud of the country we live in and as a nation we’re blimmin good at celebrating...
28 May 2012
Searching for stonies
Blogger: Aggie Rothon, Communications Officer If winter is great grey waves bellowing against the cold shingle of the Norfolk coast then summer is Breckland. Crisp heaths baked yellow by a clear sky. Heather growing red and purple by the side of bare paths and gorse pods crackling open in the heat...
27 Jun 2011
Blogger: Rachael Murray, Media Assistant A local resident in Suffolk had an early Easter surprise this week after discovering a rather unusual egg in her back garden. Avril Sciocco, from Sudbury, was taking advantage of the sunny spring weather to hang out her washing, when she spotted a glinting...
1 Apr 2011
Look into the eyes not around the eyes
Blogger: Erica Howe, Communications Manager How could you ever turn down these eyes? To some, they appear beady, marble-like in their attempt to be as secretive as possible. Never giving anything away through fear of being found. To others, they expose an air of vulnerability. An infant-like feeling...
28 Mar 2011
A11 decision is wildlife friendly
Blogger: Erica Howe, Communications Manager The RSPB today welcomes the decision by the Secretaries of State for Transport and Communities and Local Government to proceed with the dualling of the A11 between the Fiveways roundabout in Suffolk and the southern roundabout of the Thetford bypass in Norfolk...
22 Mar 2011
Don't cut our curlews
Often, in spring, I’m thrilled to hear an unusual wailing call sailing its way with the wind across RSPB Minsmere nature reserve. It sounds like a high-pitched referee’s whistle. This means one thing – the stone curlews are back. These birds are extremely rare and I always feel privileged...
17 Sep 2010
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