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The official national twitter account for the RSPB, sharing ups & downs of nature and natural environment. Managed by Ross, Lucy and Briony, Mon-Fri 9-5.
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RSPB 7h
New : Getting prepared for our breeding waders
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Back from the Brink 18h
We're celebrating collaboration this weekend here at ! Did you know that Back from the Brink is a of eight conservation organisations?
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RSPB 13h
Replying to @Lizterary
It’s likely that they think their reflection is another bird so are trying to scare it away, placing stickers on the window should stop this behaviour
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RSPB 13h
Replying to @JimboJay79
Great drawings! Are you taking part in our ?
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The English Garden 14h
It’s the right time of year for listening out for the Dawn Chorus. Every morning from March to July one of nature’s miracles, the Dawn Chorus, will reach a crescendo
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RSPB 14h
Replying to @jenniferkg02
Wow fantastic, what have you been putting out?
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RSPB 15h
New from Adrian Thomas: Sowing the seeds of satisfaction
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RSPB 17h
Are you ready to find your Nature WOW? Take a look at our activity of the week:
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RSPB Feb 23
The answer to our earlier quiz is... siskin! Well done to all those who got the correct answer!
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RSPB Feb 23
Replying to @Horne_of_Gondor
Good question! We will ask the team and get back to you
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RSPB Feb 23
Replying to @jenton09
Hello. Yes - new family members should receive a nature discovery pack. I'm sorry you didn't get one. Can you e-mail our Membership team on membership@rspb.org.uk telling them you haven't got the pack, and providing your address, and they will send one out to you?
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RSPB Feb 23
Replying to @123bewell
Sounds like a banquet!
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RSPB Feb 23
Replying to @BenedictHewston
It is a little early, they are not normally around until April time.
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RSPB Feb 23
Replying to @xRachael_Mx
They should start to look at nest boxes as we approach spring, you can encourage them to the garden by providing feeders and a clean source of water. Fingers crossed!
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RSPB Feb 23
Leaving work on a Friday like
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RSPB Feb 23
Replying to @carolswalks
Don't blame him today - too cold for a dip!
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RSPB Feb 23
Replying to @saxylizbeth
Hi Liz - it's likely that this has been caused by security lights which confuse the birds into thinking it is dawn
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RSPB Feb 23
Replying to @BBROPHOTO
Blimey! Do you live on an RSPB reserve?
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RSPB Feb 23
Replying to @manthajf
Hi Samantha - the best thing you can do is provide them with higher energy foods such as suet balls and make sure your bird bath hasn't frozen over so they have a clean source of water to drink and clean their feathers
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RSPB Feb 23
Replying to @Helena_Barker_x
There are around 49 types of Jay, this includes old world jays, grey jays and American jays.
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