Tag Archives: RSPB

Turtle dove returns

It’s always a relief when the turtle dove returns to Otmoor. Continue reading

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Otmoor can’t take a lot more

Otmoor RSPB reserve cannot cope with the number of cars generated by the starling murmurations. Continue reading

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How Trump trashes the environment

Trump showed extreme contempt for the environment when he built his £1-billion golf development on the protected sand dunes of Aberdeenshire. Continue reading

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Birds know no boundaries

Birds transcend boundaries and so should we. Continue reading

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Hazeley Heath, a special protection area

One of the best parts of my job with the Open Spaces Society is visiting commons with land managers who wish to consult us about what they hope to achieve.   I was pleased to be invited by Leigh Wallace of … Continue reading

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More Otmoor

A March visit to Otmoor with 52 bird species including short-eared owl. Continue reading

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A burst of silver

Otmoor is different every visit. This time I saw hundreds of golden plover. Continue reading

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