Our Friday posts are usually all about getting out and about. But as it's the last day of 2010, I thought I'd share with you our top five things to look forward to next year (and which I'm sure you'll be hearing lots more about on this blog).
I have a feeling 2011 is going to be a great year for nature. What are you looking forward to?Oh, and if you do want to get out and about this weekend, our reserves run plenty of New Year events - find one near you.
Happy New Year everyone!
Whatever you do this Bank Holiday Monday, we hope you aren't fighting like cats and, err, hares with your loved ones!
You can see this photo by Richard Revels and loads of other wildlife action shots and landscape images in our image
Winter is challenging enough for birds at the best of times, but the recent freezing conditions are making things even tougher. So, instead of throwing your leftovers away, why not leave a Christmas treat out for the birds?
Many festive favourites can provide much needed (and as we all know, calorie-rich!) nourishment that will make a real difference.
Here’s a quick guide to the best and worst Christmas food for birds:
So this weekend, as you tuck into your Christmas dinner, spare a thought for the birds in your garden.
Merry Christmas everyone!