Thursday, 2 April 2020

RSPB Breakfast Birdwatch on Facebook & Twitter

RSPB Breakfast Birdwatch on Facebook & Twitter

The RSPB has begun a daily Breakfast Birdwatch taking place between 8am and 9am weekdays. At a time when many of us would have been commuting to work, doing the school run, or otherwise unable to enjoy the splendour of nature, now we can all join the birdwatch.
Using #BreakfastBirdwatch on social media we hope to create a friendly, supportive and engaged community who are able to share what they can see in their gardens, on balconies, rooftops and spaces from their own homes, all the while keeping within government guidelines in relation to Covid-19. Becca Smith from the RSPB said: "Spring brings a buzz of activity from birds and other wildlife alike. As you sit at home, the sound of birds singing and the sight of nature coming to life after winter has a remarkable way of restoring calm. Sharing what you can see with others will hopefully help to bring us all a little closer in marvelling at the wonders of nature despite the circumstances." Throughout the coming weeks the Breakfast Birdwatch will focus on different themes and different species and helping to identify what people have seen and heard.
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