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Something to do in the countdown to Christmas
December is here! The first door on the advent calendar has been opened. And so here are our Steps for December, modelled by our regional volunteer team, Annie, Zahra and Jane. Please see below for more detail on December’s Steps. Do: With winter arriving we are preparing for Big Garden...
1 Dec 2011
Swamp Sparrow’s “Boston Belle Adventure”
Blogger: Jane Delaney, Local Groups and Volunteering Support Officer The South Lincolnshire RSPB Local Group have been running their Wash Cruises onboard the “Boston Belle” for 8 years now and they continue to do so very successfully - selling out on all 15 cruises each taking 50 people...
8 Nov 2011
Feed the Birds Day - all year round
Blogger: Janet Moorse, Volunteer in the Communications Team Whilst walking down the garden with the grass cuttings. My shadow was intersected by another fast moving shadow. I looked up to see a sparrowhawk over head. He whizzed past, then came to a standstill above the trees, obviously eyeing up...
14 Oct 2011
Know Woodbridge, Get Voting
Blogger: Malcolm Key, RSPB Woodbridge Local Group If you are the habit of voting on things then why not vote for one of our local groups new innovative projects “Six RSPB Suffolk Coastal Reserves Book”. The project will update and extend a previous, unique publication produced by the...
7 Oct 2011
Love is in the air
Blogger: Erica Howe, Communications Manager It always starts with a look doesn’t it? The first time your eyes meet, that twinkle, the smile that you don’t want to give away. Of course I’m talking about love! One of the most written about subjects in the whole world. Many things can...
3 Oct 2011
Swamp Sparrow Urban Adventure
Blogger: Jane Delaney, Local Groups and Volunteering Support Officer I wanted a holiday but was on a budget. How could I get away and discover an exciting new location, meet new people, have fun and do something useful? I know, I’ll go residential volunteering! I spoke to the lovely ladies...
30 Sep 2011
The art of poetry by Matt Howard
Blogger: Matt Howard, Community Collections Scheme Officer I was delighted to be asked by Waveney and Blyth Arts to join them on their Breydon Water ‘Poetry and Birds Walk’. The brief was simple, talk about birds in poetry and how such work brings us closer to nature, and then set a writing...
30 Sep 2011
The World of Jacob
Blogger: Erica Howe, Communications Manager When I graduated from university, some 6 years ago, I didn’t have a clue what to do with my life really. I went to university in London, but staying there for the long haul was never really an option for me. I love Norfolk too much and simply couldn’t...
27 Sep 2011
Be a cow for a day
Blogger: Aggie Rothon, Communications Officer Once upon a time a friend once handed me a slip of paper she said reminded her of a story I once told of how, as a small girl, I’d sit in the field at the bottom of the lane and wait for the neat little Dexter cows that grazed there to come and...
19 Sep 2011
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