Hi all! My name is Stephanie and I have been working as a residential volunteer at Dungeness for the last 5 months and will soon be starting the Internship in March, which means i’ll be spending an extra 6 months here, before moving over to Northward Hill for 6 months. Some of you may have already noticed but our bird feeders located outside the visitor centre, have had some alterations. First of all, as we were finding the birds were being flushed from the feeders everytime someone went to use the toilet facilities, we have cut an alcove within the willow trees to move the feeders back away from the toilets, and provide the birds with more cover. Before there were only three feeders on two old posts, so we have also provided the birds with new feeding posts and more feeders, all available to buy in the Visitor Centre, so we can provide more of a variety of feeds.
It is the last few days of the 20% off selected 12.75kg sacks of bird food offer.
Pop in to our shop and stock up to keep the birds happy in the cold months.
Offer ends 23rd February 2015.
The visitor centre at RSPB Dungeness Nature Reserve is open from 10am to 4pm every day.
During the cold months the reed beds at RSPB Dungeness provide a winter home for a handful of beautiful bitterns. Our experts know just where to look to find these elusive birds so wrap up warm and join us for a stroll round the nature trail to seek out bitterns and our other winter wildlife. We will be heading out on Sunday 8 March 2015 leaving the Visitor centre at 10.30 am and returning around 12.30 pm. For prices and more information contact us at rspb.org.uk/Dungeness or 01797 320 588. Booking is essential and any children must be accompanied by an adult