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Nature’s a Hoot Episode 4: Wildlife and Well-being

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Here you can read more about Nature’s a Hoot, and access resources, photos and extra insights from our fourth episode, Wildlife and Well-being with special guest environmental psychology lecturer Dr Kayleigh Wyles from Surrey University. (more…)

25 years of Reg’s Wildflower Meadow

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April 2020 marked the 25th anniversary of the official opening of Reg’s Wildflower Meadow, a special place of great value and importance to our team, our visitors and also our local environment. We’ve caught up with Trust Founder and Life President, Ashley Smith, to find out more about the history of this special place:

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Nature’s a Hoot: Episode 3 – The Future of Nature

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Here you can read more about Nature’s a Hoot, and access resources, photos and extra insights from our third episode The Future of Nature. In this episode we catch up with inspiring young conservationist Indy Greene, and Hannah and Tom talk about Extinction: the Facts, the recent BBC documentary featuring well-loved naturalist David Attenborough. (more…)

The Equipment We Use

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We’re often asked about the different types of equipment that we use with our birds at the Trust. Mike Riley from our Bird Team makes a lot of these items and has shared with us here an insight to the different items.

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Exciting live insights to our research coming soon

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During lockdown, we were very disappointed to have to temporarily suspend some of our conservation and research activities. Fortunately, we have since been able to resume most of them. This time, however, did allow us to focus our efforts on projects we usually don’t have time to get to. For Dr Matt Stevens, our UK Conservation Biologist, this included developing a new app to aid the survey work he carries out with the help of a loyal band of volunteers. This app allows volunteers to record their research in a more streamlined way and this feeds, in real time, to Dr Matt Stevens, our UK Conservation Biologist, who manages this project. Even more exciting though is that through the app we are working on creating a new online dashboard where you will be able to access this information as well!

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