Looking to the Skies with Kent Wildlife Trust
Birdwatching has joined the list of the nation’s favourite pastimes. According to The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB), higher numbers of Brits are now keen to learn more about various bird species and ways of identifying them, as well as feeding and providing them with suitable homes.
This winter, Berkeley is joined once again by Kent Wildlife Trust ecologist Marie Dipple, who will explain how to spot different types of birds by their flying pattern, habitat and song, as well as offering some guidance on what can be done to help the birds mid-season.
If you're joining in with the RSPB's Big School's Birdwatch 2021, this could be a handy guide to teach you to identify your local feathered friends.
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