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I made a date with nature...
Yesterday I made a bid for freedom and escaped the office - and what a glorious day it was, I even managed to catch the sun a little (I have a slightly pink nose today!) First stop was Hayling Island, where I was meeting Wez, our Langstone Harbour site manager. Wez, who only started in this role at...
26 Apr 2013
Leeds castle hosts a 'Date with Nature' by Laura Stanford-Beale
Well what a change in weather this past weekend has brought us! With the emerging sunshine over Leeds Castle we have also seen an incredible increase in visitors! What really is remarkable is the correlation between beautiful sunshine and the variety of wildlife that has been spotted at our date with...
9 Apr 2013
Brilliant Birds at Leeds Castle this summer, by Fran Currie (Events Officer)
With its sweeping grounds and breath taking scenery, Leeds castle is often described as one of the most beautiful attractions in the south. This reason alone makes the RSPB Date with Nature here a pleasure to run. Not only is Leeds castle one of the most beautiful attractions in the south but it is...
8 Aug 2012
Ratty the water vole - from Toad Hall to Arundel Castle!
If you have ever visited the beautiful and historic town of Arundel, you may have enjoyed a stroll along Mill Road and the stream below the Castle. Whilst wandering along you may also have heard a distinctive ‘plop’ – if so, there is a very high chance that you heard a water vole (Arvicola...
31 Jul 2012
If you go down to the New Forest today...
Therasa Paul, Project Officer with the New Forest Raptors Date with Nature Project, fills us in with what’s been happening. After watching our female goshawk sitting tight on her eggs for most of April, we were delighted when the chicks started hatching at the end of April. At first we were only...
11 May 2012
Fancy a date...with nature?
From peregrines poised on cathedral spires and goshawks gliding through the forest, to water voles swimming in castle streams - these are just a few of the memorable experiences that can be enjoyed at our Date with Nature events at locations across the South East this year. So what are Date with Nature...
10 Apr 2012
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