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Jumplings, droughts and flutterings
This July has been great for wildlife watching and we have been really busy talking about where to go to see various spectacles as well as the usual July gull fledging shenanigans. Earlier this month my colleague and I went up to Scotland to deliver some training to our teams in Scotland, we managed...
25 Jul 2013
This weekend... be wowed by wildlife
This weekend watch eagles soaring, peregrines feeding fluffy chicks or seabirds setting up home. We can show you all these and more at our date with nature events - drop-in sessions across the UK that are open to everyone. Find out more and see which dates are happening near you. See you this weekend...
13 May 2011
This weekend... enjoy one of nature's great spectacles
It’s easy to forget that you don’t have to travel halfway around the world, to somewhere like the Serengeti, to see an amazing wildlife spectacle. At this time of year, there is little to rival the raucous clamour of a breeding seabird colony - and the UK plays host to some of the world’s...
26 May 2011
Go seal watching with us
There are two species of seal that breed in the UK – the common seal and the grey seal. They might look awkward on land, lolling on beaches and flapping their flippers, but in the water these animals are like ballerinas, gracefully twisting, turning and dancing through bubbles. Here are six scintillating...
23 Sep 2011
Ten ways to get involved with the RSPB
Do you know all the ways you get involved with the RSPB? We’re loads more than just the Big Garden Birdwatch – honestly! Here’s 10 ways to get you started, many of them you can do at home... 1. Create a home for wildlife Why not turn your garden into your very own nature reserve...
15 Feb 2013
New forest goshawks webcam
If you can take your eyes off the goings on at Loch Garten for a few minutes, it's well worth having a look at the webcam for the new forest goshawks. Today the female is being really cooperative and is looking towards the camera! Have a look here . Make sure you have the sound on, the amount...
21 Apr 2011
Re: Possible Hartlaub's Tauraco sighting in East London
I love London. You never know what you'll see next. This is amazing and a beautiful bird. Stating the obvious, it will be an escaped or released pet. They are naturally found in sub-tropical/tropical forests of Sudan and Ethiopia, at a height of about 2,200 to 3,200 metres. So, the big question...
11 Nov 2009
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