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Why Water Matters
We’ve almost come to expect dry springs after the last 4 years, so yesterday’s rain really was heaven sent. Our wetlands in the Broads are dependent on having enough water of the right quality throughout the year. If levels and quality go adverse then the wildlife suffers – in some...
5 Apr 2012
I’m dreaming of a Green Christmas....
I’m afraid there’s no getting away from it. With less than 4 weeks until Christmas the festive flurry is about to begin. No doubt some of you are exceptionally organised; presents bought, cards written, Turkey (or nut roast) ordered and letters to Santa posted (we used to tear them up and...
29 Nov 2011
We're not on the coast, why should be care about Marine Conservation Zones?
Nick Upton (rspb-images.com) We're adjacent to the river Yare, which leads to THE SEA! Many of us eat fish, many of which come from THE SEA! Many of us go to the beach on holiday, which is next to THE SEA! Most Importantly: We love Nature, and huge proportions of the natural world are...
16 Nov 2011
From Great Yarmouth to Milford Haven: One Million Steps for Nature!
Ok, so we didn't really do the walking, just the calculations in the reserve office. Dom, assistant warden at Buckenham and Cantley, and I worked out that if I took one million steps (for nature) I could walk from...
2 Nov 2011
Did you sign Letter to the Future?
Did you sign the Letter to the Future campaign? I did, along with 355,772 other people! This is an incredible achievement – thank you so much if you took a minute to add your name to this powerful campaign. Today the RSPB is handing in those signatures to Downing Street to show just how many...
9 Mar 2011
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