Thursday, 2 October 2014
John Buckingham - "Falkland Islands - birds and wildlife in close up"
John Buckingham took us on a journey to a number of islands comprising the Falklands showing how closely the habitat mirrors that of our own uplands. The good news was that the Black-browed Albatross population is no longer declining. Many long line fishing boats now use a simple and cheap device promoted by the RSPB to prevent this and other albatross species being hooked accidentally and drowned. More...
Tuesday, 26 August 2014
VOTE FOR BOB
Hello everyone, I'm Bob - you might have heard a little about me recently. Well, here I am! I'm spearheading a new campaign - 'Vote for Bob' - to get nature on to the political agenda. I hear you're an amazing bunch of humans who love wildlife and want to help. That's exactly what I need. More...
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Thursday, 9 October 2014
Shellness and Isle of Sheppey
I've read that Curlews are gregarious after the breeding season and form large flocks, but I'm sure I've never seen such a large flock as we saw today: when we arrived there just a few Curlew resting, more and more birds flew in, and by the time we left there were over 400 birds. More...
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