A vacancy exisit for a volunteer to take over the coordination of the rotas for the monthly walks at Swanholme Lakes and for the heron and peregrine watchpoints. We urgently need to fill this vacancy to ensure the programme of events can go ahead as planned. Please contact any committee member or the Group Leader for more information.
News from Lakenheath Fen March 2017
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Lincoln's peregrines, 2016
The 2016 watchpoint at Lincoln Cathedral has finished. Three birds fledged and can still be seen flying around the Cathedral with their parents. Peregrines nested for the first time on Lincoln Cathedral's main tower in 2007 when three young successfully fledged. Three young fledged again in 2008 and 2014, two in 2009, one in 2010 and four in 2011, 2013 & 2015. None of the eggs hatched in 2012. If you would like to volunteer for the watchpoint on Saturdays or Sundays in June or July 2017 please contact us (see the 'About Us' page for contact details).
Postcards of one of Lincoln Cathedral juvenile peregrines, a female approximately 7 weeks old, are available from Lincoln Cathedral shop.
Free coach travel for children on Sunday coach outings
You can book one free coach seat for a child under the age of 16 for each adult seat you book and pay for in advance - any admission charges will still apply, only the coach travel is free. We realise that it can be expensive for families to visit nature reserves so we are making this offer to encourage more people to bring children with them and encourage them to take an interest in birds, wildlife and our wonderful natural heritage.
RSPB 2015 television advert
To view the RSPB 2015 television advert click on the following link: https://vimeo.com/130856266
The making of the RSPB 2014 television advert
To see a video of the making of the RSPB 2014 television advert click on the following link: http://www.rspb.org.uk/news/349286-have-you-seen-our-tv-ad Then scroll down to the 'How We Made It' video and click the play button.
To find out more about the RSPB click on the RSPB logo or visit www.rspb.org.uk