The RSPB on Club Together

RSPB replied on 03/03/2016 11:24

Posted on 03/03/2016 11:24

Hi Everyone,

As you know Ash who originally set up this discussion has left RSBP to pursue his Master’s Degree.  I'd like to introduce myself - I'm Tania and I'll be providing the Club Together pages with an official RSPB presence.

I'll be looking to update you all with interesting conservation and wildlife stories and will be looking to answer any questions that you may have related to our work, our partnership with the Caravan and Motorhome Club or anything wildlife/nature related.

Very much looking forward to engaging with you all! smile

Oneputt replied on 04/03/2016 08:54

Posted on 04/03/2016 08:54

Barn Owl at Barleywood CL, Norfolk.  Was active till about 1000hrs then would show up again about 1430hrs.

Pippah45 replied on 04/03/2016 11:04

Posted on 04/03/2016 11:04

That's about the same timing as my barn owls the pair were out together the other afternoon which was lovely and first time this year I have seen 2.  Laughing

I really need a cam that I can work.  The barn is about 75 ms from electrics.

RSPB replied on 04/03/2016 14:04

Posted on 04/03/2016 14:04

Apologies for not making the link live, still getting used to the CT interface! 

Absolutely right Micky, your Caravan Club membership cards allow one adult entry to our reserves. Would be brilliant to see any discussions/stories and of course, experiences that you all may have of our reserves/wildlife you encounter. 

Fisherman replied on 04/03/2016 14:09

Posted on 04/03/2016 14:09

How is this undemocratic pressure group allowed toadvertise here?

ValDa replied on 04/03/2016 14:37

Posted on 04/03/2016 14:37

We've found our Caravan Club membership very useful when visiting the Bempton reserve and others.   I'm pleased to see the RSPB contributing and don't share Fisherman's view of them at all.

RSPB replied on 04/03/2016 14:41

Posted on 04/03/2016 14:41

Hi Fisherman,

We're not here to advertise at all, just here to engage with a community which shares a passion for being outdoors!

Our partnership with the Caravan Club is very much a 2-way street, as we see our members on either side benefiting from the relationship we've built. Happy

Oneputt replied on 04/03/2016 15:24

Posted on 04/03/2016 15:24

I am a member of the RSPB and don't agree with every aspect of policy but I do think they have a place and a role to play  in our society and I am happy to call myself a member.