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Stepping Up For Nature: February Steps. How many steps will you take?
Do: Submit Big Garden Birdwatch and Big (and Little) Schools Birdwatch results & put up a nestbox. Did you know February 14th is the start of National Nestbox Week? Check out your local reserve to see what's on in your area. Give: Join the RSPB and make a small, regular donation...
4 Feb 2013
On Tour- Best of NoFA in the East!
The Nature of Farming Award Tour of the best entries in the East this year is now in full swing- starting last week with RSPB Eastern England Regional Director, Paul Forecast presenting the Award to the Regional Winner... read about the winner and the other events in the tour below- and then why not...
16 Oct 2012
Together for Trees.
Blogger - Lili Kumar Together for Trees is the RSPB’s partnership with Tesco. Together, we can use their influence to educate, inspire and help people and business to embrace a more sustainable way of living and working for the future. Tesco has been independently acknowledged by the Carbon...
3 Oct 2012
My new countryside friend.
With the evenings starting to draw in (no, I hear you cry!) it’s hard not to start thinking about autumn. On a recent bike ride out with some fellow cyclists, I was reminded that although summer might be behind us, there is till plenty to head outdoors for. Riding through the Norfolk countryside...
10 Sep 2012
Today is my last day working for the RSPB 1 before I head off to an even better job 2 . Whilst the above sentence is factually accurate, I feel the need to clarify on points 1 and 2. 1) Today I leave as a paid member of staff; however I’m not sure I will ever stop working for the RSPB. I...
31 Aug 2012
It’s not all about the money money money (but it helps)
Blogger: Joan Childs, Site Manager for Rye Meads nature reserve The girls of St Margaret’s school in Bushy, Hertfordshire, have raised a whopping £650 for their local RSPB nature reserve – Rye Meads! The girls from St Margaret’s, which is an independent school for girls aged...
2 Aug 2012
Stepping up for nature down under
Tony and Lesley Trott live in New South Wales, Australia, but they are lifelong RSPB supporters. You can read about what they're doing to help nature on page 81 of Birds Autumn 2012, including clearing their garden and the adjacent rainforest of alien species that aren't good for the native plants...
26 Jul 2012
Gillyflowers, CAP and Coleridge
‘Hot July brings cooling showers, apricots and gillyflowers.’ said Sara Coleridge, daughter to the famous Samuel. I’m not sure what gillyflowers are (I’ll google them later) but I’m sure we are all well versed in cooling showers. For those of us who love to Step Up...
5 Jul 2012
What's in a name?
Mention the word 'farmer' in a sentence and most people would understand that you that you were talking about someone who produces food of some description. That's a farmer's job, right? Hmmm. What if that same person was described as a 'multifunctional rural resource manager'...
23 Apr 2012
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