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And now for something completely different...
RSPB Conservation Manager, Stuart Benn, has recorded an audio blog this week. Check it out!
6 Sep 2012
Conservation Manager, Stuart Benn, with a roundup of his season on the hills. Loose Ends No, not the Radio 4 chat programme nor the 1980s R&B group but time for an end of season tie up of some threads left hanging from previous blogs. I always get mixed feelings at this time of year when...
16 Aug 2012
Fifteen is the new thirty!
Do you know what? I've completely forgotten what it's like to be fifteen all over again! This week, we've been joined by Ellen and Dylan who are on work experience from school. They have certainly made me feel old! But, they have both been lovely and we have hopefully given them a flavour...
16 Jul 2012
RSPB nature reserves make a difference for wildlife & people
It’s always exciting to go and walk a brand new RSPB reserve, because it gives you a chance to reflect on the journey to bring the reserve into fruition and secure ownership. Each acquisition is special, and has its highs and lows. Sometimes it can take years to assemble the deal. On other occasions...
22 Jun 2012
An ideal bridge: benefits of volunteering
It's National Volunteers Week! Erin Fulton, RSPB Scotland Publications & Media Intern, tells us what it's like to volunteer in our Edinburgh office. An ideal bridge I started at RSPB Scotland as their publications and media intern in April 2012. I was finishing my degree in Environmental...
7 Jun 2012
Stepping up at Baron's Haugh
Stephen Owen, Warden at Baron's Haugh , tells us about the fantastic of work of volunteers on the reserve. Stepping up at Baron's Haugh So it is two months in to being the new RSPB warden for Baron’s Haugh nature reserve, and it has been a real pleasure getting to know this absolute...
3 Jun 2012
The road to Rio (+20)
I am about to go north to our hut on the Northumberland coast with the family for half term. So, as a special treat over the coming 20 days, guest blogger, and my predecessor, Mark Avery will be sharing his thoughts on the global challenges we face ahead of the Rio+20 Earth summit. I know he'll be...
1 Jun 2012
Making Nature Count: Top 10 in the Perthshire hills
RSPB Conservation Scientist, Jonathan Groom, gives an update on the Native upland woodland expansion survey in the Perthshire hills. Making Nature Count: Top 10 in the Perthshire hills I reached my first milestone in the study recently. I completed my first round of Breeding Bird Surveys. It is...
31 May 2012
Conservation Manager, Stuart Benn, reflects on the links between science and art and drawing inspiration from nature. Culture Vulture Back in February, I spent a week with friends in a beautifully converted old farmhouse at Buseu, high in the Spanish Pyrenees. By day, Woodlarks sang right at the...
30 May 2012
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