Young Ambassadors

Meet our Young Ambassadors. These budding naturalists will use their powerful voices to help us engage with children and teenagers, sharing their passion for the natural world.

 

Young Nature Blog

Birdfair: The Bespolka Era

By: Elliot Montieth
23 August 2019

For three decades, Rutland Water has hosted to the internationally acclaimed Birdfair; a festival dedicated to the birds, one described by many as the Glastonbury of birding.

Here thousands descend, vast numbers of suppliers from binoculars, … 

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London National Park City Week

By: Kabir Kaul
14 August 2019

This post is about the week London was declared the world's first ever National Park City, a designation encouraging cities to become greener, healthier and wilder.

22nd July 2019I had just returned from a short trip to Hungary the day before, and … 

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The Blackcap adapting to climate change

By: Alex Chapman
24 July 2019

Traditionally, Blackcaps arrive in the UK and Ireland to form our breeding populations from early April, with the females often arriving a week or two later than the males, breeding in scrubby woodland habitat.

It is believed that being a versatile … 

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Woolston Eyes Nature Reserve Walk

By: Elliot Montieth
20 July 2019

I set an early wake-up call this morning to lead the 'Bespolka Bird Walk' at Woolston Eyes Nature Reserve near Cheshire.

We had several drop out at the last minute but still I'm happy that some could make it. The group enjoyed sightings of a wide … 

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BTO Bird Camp 2019

By: Kabir Kaul
5 June 2019

Here is a post about another excellent BTO Bird Camp, sponsored by the Cameron Bespolka Trust.

On Friday, my mum picked me up from school, and it was a two hour drive from London to the Nunnery, the BTO’s headquarters in Thetford, Norfolk. … 

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