Young Ambassadors

  • Rainham Marshes walk

    Young Ambassadors Samuel Levy and Arjun Dutta will be leading a nature walk at Rainham Marshes in conjunction with the BTO

    Join us for a Bird walk on Wednesday the 8th of September at one of London's premier birding reserves at peak migration. With chances of Wasp Spiders, juvenile Cuckoos, Yellow Wagtails and too many waders to list, Rainham Marshes RSPB reserve is truly worth visiting.   Meeting at the RSPB visitor entrance at 9:30, with an estimated finish time of 15 …

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  • Young Ambassadors pay a visit to Milford Bird Observatory

    A group of our Young Ambassadors paid a visit recently to the Milford Bird Observatory down on the South Coast

    The observatory is a converted pump house that opened in December 2017. The Trust was one of the main sponsors of this project that  helped transform this old building into a destination for bird enthusiasts.

    The observatory overlooks The Pans, a. wetland nature reserve on private land owned by J & D Edgar Ltd. During the quieter summer months, the site …

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  • Mya delivers talk at virtual conference

    Congratulations to Young Ambassador, Mya Bambrick, who delivered a talk on the second evening of the Sussex Ornithological Society's virtual conference.

    Mya talked about the work of the Trust and all the work it is doing to bring young people closer to nature.

     

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  • Youth Against Carbon Conference

    Young Ambassador Mya Bambrick was invited to be be a panellist on the Youth Against Carbon Conference hosted by insurance company Zurich

    The conference held on the 13 October was billed as the UK’s first carbon-neutral eco-summit. It was designed to give young people a voice in the debate and was opened by the UK Energy Minister, Kwasi Kwarteng.

    We recognise that young people are huge champions of change and a powerful driving force behind the response to the climate …

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  • The Future of Conservation

    Our Young Ambassador Kabir Kaul is also on the RSPB Youth Council. Kabir was invited to talk about conservation as part of the RSPB AGM event.

    Honoured to be speaking alongside fellow Youth Councillor Jannis Koulman, and Emily Lomax at the RSPB AGM this afternoon, talking about how the RSPB Youth Council aim to protect the environment that our generation will inherit.

    Kabir Kaul

    We believe that young people should have a say on the environment they'll inherit. Hear from …

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  • The Trust at Winchester Heritage Open Days

    The Cameron Bespolka Trust will be taking part in the Winchester Heritage Open Days running from the 15 to the 21 September

    Winchester Heritage Open Days (WHOD) is now in its fifth year thanks to the support of Winchester College, Winchester Business Improvement District and other local organisations.

    Our event “A Birder’s View of Winchester” will be expertly led by our Young Ambassador Tom Saunders. The  family event designed to discover the sights and …

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  • Our Young Ambassadors under the lockdown

    Some of the Cameron Bespolka Young Ambassadors share their favourite nature moments experienced during the pandemic lockdown.

    Despite it being a very uncertain and sometimes sad time for many people, the ambassadors reflect on what newly discovered activities they hope will continue once the lockdown ends.

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  • Young Ambassador talks to BBC South East

    Young Ambassador, Mya Bambrick talked to BBC South East recently about her passion for nature and why she is encouraging teenagers to take up birdwatching.

    Mya talks about setting up a wildlife garden at her school and how she engages with other children to spread the world about the joy of the natural world.

    "It's really important to get the next generation involved," she said.

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  • Mya makes the local press

    News of Mya Bambrick's appointment as a Young Ambassador for the Trust has made it to the pages of the local press.

    The article was written by her school who are justifiably proud of Mya's new appointment and her determination to inspire the next generation to become involved with nature.

    Mya hopes to create wildlife friendly areas within schools starting with Thomas Bennett Community College, where she is currently studying. 

    Thomas Bennett Community College are excited about this …

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