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Let's hear it for volunteers
Weekly blog from Conservation Manger, Stuart Benn. Let’s hear it for volunteers Like everyone else, I’m loving watching the Olympics just now – the tiny margins between success and failure, the ecstasy of the gold, the pain of dreams not quite realised. But I’ve also begun...
8 Aug 2012
Mothers of Invention
This week's blog from RSPB Conservation Manager, Stuart Benn. Moths, music and more! Mothers of Invention Here in the north, it hasn’t been much of a spring for moth trapping – usually too cool, windy or drizzly so the light trap has spent more time in the shed than working out...
13 Jun 2012
It’s Olympics time and this set me wondering about the extraordinary feats of our wild birds. Who flies the furthest, longest or highest? Who is the heaviest or has the longest wingspan? Or more subjectively which bird is the gaudiest or most beautiful? Whose song is the purest or loudest? Which...
31 Jul 2012
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