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RSPB in the East
The official RSPB page for Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire, Herts & Beds days out. Tweets by the Norwich Gang.
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RSPB in the East Feb 23
Heard the first yellowhammer singing yesterday Flocks are starting to break up now to end and is just around the corner
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RSPB in the East Feb 23
It would be a shame to lose such a long-standing nesting site for these amazing birds. Maybe would consider putting artificial nests up in a suitable location to replace the nests that have been lost?
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RSPB in the East Feb 23
Short answer is, in theory, yes. The spikes might prevent them from perching near their nests, which they like to do, but if they have material to build with, then they should still be able to nest there. More work than reusing an old nest & they might move somewhere else.
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RSPB in the East Feb 23
Bitterns will soon be heard booming from reedbeds around the UK that 100 years ago would have been silent. What do & Place mean to you?
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RSPB in the East Feb 23
Replying to @RSPBMinsmere
Love this! 👉👉😀
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RSPB in the East Feb 23
😀🐦🐦🐦🐦🐦🐦🐦😁
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RSPB Minsmere Feb 23
Amber & Izzy this time last week proudly displaying their homemade nestboxes! Have you put yours up yet?
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RSPB in the East Feb 23
Replying to @prickly_Holly @BTO_GBW
Haha! 😀 Always worth asking. Lovely goldcrest pic
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RSPB Rye Meads Feb 22
A lovely kestrel taking a break from mobbing the peregrines perched on the the pylons above. What a beautiful looking bird!
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RSPB in the East Feb 23
Replying to @NFFNUK @FarmWildlifeUK
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RSPB in the East Feb 22
Time to submit your results for the Big Farmland Bird Count. We managed 19 species at Hope Farm in our half an hour count - not bad! pic:
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RSPB Feb 22
The RSPB agrees that licensing is the right approach to drive up standards of driven grouse shooting. Please sign this petition today, thank you:
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RSPB in the East Feb 22
Frogspawn is just starting to appear in ponds. Discover how poet Seamus Heaney felt about these jellied specks in 'Death of a Naturalist' and feel inspired to pen a poem for the Nature and Place competition with our top writing tips
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RSPB Norfolk & Lincs Feb 21
In the spirit of we've been busy giving nature a home @ As well as these Tree Sparrow boxes we've also popped up a couple of House Sparrow terraces. Worried both species may have become 'passer' aggressive if we didn't....
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RSPB in the East Feb 22
Replying to @Roger_Mhc8
Brr-acing might be right. May the sun be with you!
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RSPB The Fens Feb 21
RSPB Ouse Fen Warden, Hannah Bernie, will be taking part in the "Meet The Scientist"part of the Celebrating Women In Science event in Cambridge on 8 March. More details can be found here: ;
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Katy Smith Feb 21
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RSPB in the East Feb 21
Thank you for sharing this lovely poem
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RSPB in the East Feb 21
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RSPB News Feb 20
Find out why you should see hares this March (and some hints on when and where)
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