David White admits there are plenty of critters to see on the fen to blow those winter blues away
The bearded tit is a popular bird on Lakenheath Fen as visitor experience officer David White explains
As I write this article in early March, there is a lot of snow on the ground. This is a result of the so-called Beast from the East that brought us some wintry weather during the last days of February and the first days of March. As the snow has had an interesting effect on our reserve wildlife here at RSPB Lakenheath Fen, I thought I would dedicate the rest of this article to this.
Last year, I joined my local amateur dramatics society after a gap of around 15 years since I was last on stage. I did the pantomime which got me singing in front of an audience as part of the chorus. I am now doing a well-known musical with the same company and this time, I have to sing solo! If you are wondering why this is relevant, the rest of this article is about bird song (which is a lot more melodic than my singing!).
David White, visitor experience officer at RSPB Lakenheath Fen, tells us about the tree that provides a great food source for birds
Happy New Year to you all. Now that the festive season is over for another year, why not make it one of your New Year’s resolutions to visit RSPB Lakenheath Fen in the near future?
Happy New Year to you all! As soon as Christmas is over and done with for another year, the RSPB’s eyes turn to the Big Garden Birdwatch.