News from the RSPB on how to clean and what to fill your bird feeders with.
“Warblers were few and far between but there were half a dozen or so Yellow broweds “
RSPB Scotland’s David Hunt shares his experience of the magic of the Inner Forth and how its changing tides draw him in.
“a Great blue Heron on the beach (American species)”
“Many species of bird make themselves easy to observe, some can make observation rather difficult whilst others can make even a reasonable view of itself virtually impossible!”
“Mathematical models help us understand nature in an extraordinary amount of ways and our study is a fantastic example of this.”
“There have been a few interesting sightings as usual in mid-summer this year, including a Short-eared Owl, first seen at Ward Hill on 2nd July.”
“This time of year shows us another reason for leaving our grass to go to meadow…”
Predicting what uncommon species are likely to arrive in late Spring is impossible – there are always some common species which don’t turn up and a few very uncommon species which do!
“on the last weekend of May, we were wondering where we would go as our first farther away outing – walking farther afield, outdoors, should be OK. “