Category: RSPB

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Bipolar Hen Harrier!

It has been a good while since I last posted a blog post. The summer has been quite tough going for me, everything seeming like an up hill struggle! I am frequently in a...

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Project Godwit

Those of you watching the current series of BBC Springwatch may have seen the piece on the UK breeding population of Black-tailed Godwit. The nominate subspecies is in real trouble on a global level....

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A trip to Leighton Moss…

Last Wednesday I met up with Chris and we decided to head south and visit the Leighton Moss RSPB Reserve. We had a quick stop at Sizergh Castle where we had a distant (and...

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Running the Great North Run for the RSPB

Just a quick blog post to say that this Sunday (11th September) I will be running in the Great North Run to continue my fundraising for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds...

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Turtle doves will reveal migration secrets

Turtle doves are ecologically unique, being Europe’s only long distance migratory dove. They spend just a third of the year on their breeding grounds in Europe and spend the winter on their non-breeding grounds...

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RSPB Geltsdale opens new trail

A brand new trail has been opened at RSPB Geltsdale and visitors are invited to a special event at the Hallbankgate nature reserve to mark the occasion. The trail runs through Forest Head, a...