I hope you liked our new "Things you might like" page in the Spring 2013 issue of Birds. We'll be running competitions - and reader offers - on this page as well as recommending some of our favourite wildlife-themed products, so make sure you check in each issue!
Just e-mail us to enter the draw
To be in with a chance of winning one of three signed copies of the fab new book, Wild Town by The One Show’s Mike Dilger (as seen in Birds Spring 2013, page 87) simply send an e-mail to email@example.com
Make sure your email has the subject line “Competition” and that your e-mail gets to us by 6 February 2013.
Terms and conditions
1 Entries must be received by 6 February 2013, irrespective of the date of sending. Proof of sending will not be deemed to be proof of delivery.
2 Any entry which is incomplete, illegible or late will be deemed invalid in the sole discretion of the RSPB.
3 This competition is open to UK residents only over the age of 18.
4 There is no cash alternative to the competition prize.
5 Prize winners will be drawn at random on 8 February 2013.
6 Winners will be notified within two weeks of the draw by e-mail.
7 Prizes will be delivered within 28 days of the closing date.
8 The winners' names will be published on the Birds magazine blog.
9 The editor’s decision on all matters affecting this draw is final and legally binding. No correspondence regarding the results of the draw will be entered into.
10 Any RSPB employee or anyone directly connected with the organisation or their immediate family will be ineligible to enter.
11 Any winner who has not responded to notification by e-mail within 21 days will forfeit their prize; a replacement winner will be selected from other entrants.
Your February-April Birds magazine is on its way to you - the first copies start mailing today, so, if you are a member, look out for your copy over the next 10 days or so. In the meantime, here's a little sneak preview of what you'll be seeing in the mag.
Do let us know what you think, which bits of the magazine you liked and what got you thinking - and inspired to get out and enjoy wildlife, or to step up for nature - as we look forward to the arrival of spring. Judging by the bulbs coming up in my garden and the singing song thrush and coal tit I heard this morning before coming to work, nature thinks that spring is here already.