Great Crested Grebe
 
 

Bearded tit

  LOCAL NEWS FOR YOUR DIARY

MEETINGS UPDATE:
Our next ZOOM meeting will take place on Wednesday, 14th July at 8pm:
with our guest speaker, Andre Farrar, will be telling us about "Saving Special Places", stopping the loss of nature in our reserves and protected areas and the people involved. Andre is based at the Lodge where he has led the media team and developed campaigns for the RSPB since 2000. He is keenly interested in hen harriers and birds of prey.

EXTRA ZOOM meeting: Those who attended the AGM in April will recall that Peter Holden MBE was telling us about how people have been influenced by birds in art, music and other images. However due to lack of time we did not cover the 20th century to date. So Peter has kindly agreed to return and complete Part 2 of his talk "Inspired By Birds" on Wednesday 11th August at 8pm, including how the RSPB moved on to the cinema screen. So if you can't get away this summer please add this to your diary!

**To participate please register your interest with our Editor, Brian Thomas at brianjthomas47@gmail.com

(Photo by Hans Veth on Unsplash)

 

Let's give
Nature
a home

The RSPB speaks out for birds and wildlife, tackling the problems that threaten our environment. Nature is amazing - help us keep it that way. The RSPB is part of Birdlife International, the global partnership of bird conservation organisations. Visit the RSPB website at www.rspb.org.uk.

The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) is a registered charity:
England and Wales no. 207076, Scotland no.SC037654

       

Robin

 

Many RSPB reserves are now open for essential outdoor exercise, including some hides and toilet facilities but most visitor centres and shops remain closed. Please check the RSPB main website (Reserves and Events) for up-to-date information and only travel locally.

As a responsible organisation we remain committed to keeping everyone engaged in our activities free from infection from coronavirus and will only resume our activities when it is safe to do so and with appropriate health and safety guidance and protocols in place. We ask for your continuing support and patience as we adapt to current circumstances.  

Has anybody got any pictures to brighten up and update our Gallery? Please contact our newsletter editor brianjthomas47@gmail.com

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CR6 Magazine articles: Author: Brian Hobley
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