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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
RSPB offers fantastic opportunity to kick start a career in conservation this Christmas - I did it, and so could you!
Are you looking to develop a career in conservation, or maybe you're disillusioned with your job and want to make a difference in a new area or work? This is an opportunity that's close to my heart because I actually started out with the RSPB in this very internship! It's a great way in...
12 Dec 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
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
I feel glad
Blogger: Anna Sadler, Volunteering Development Officer The Volunteer & Farmer Alliance (V&FA) provides farmers with a free farmland bird survey, undertaken by trained and sympathetic RSPB volunteers. Along with their results, the farmers are encouraged to seek further advice and put into place...
25 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 best exotic marigold bird watch
Blogger: Neil Santy, Volunteer (Business Partnerships) Perhaps you’ve seen the film; the one with Dev Patel, Judy Dench, Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy and Tom Wilkinson? Well, the hotel really does exist! We went to visit on a recent holiday out in the wilds of Rajasthan, and although it was fascinating...
2 May 2012
Eat food – save nature!
Blogger - Gena Correale-Wardle, Community Fundraising Officer Here in the RSPB office we love our food. Cake is a regular fixture during the week and lunchtimes come with a melee of delicious smells emanating from the kitchen as people reheat their leftover dinners. There are a lot of fine bakers...
10 Jan 2012
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