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Tales from the (new) Trainees

Tales from the (new) Trainees

It’s a little overdue, but the time has come! We are the new trainee reserve officers (TROs) and we’ve come to the blog to say “hello!”. Let us introduce ourselves… “Hello everyone, I’m Claire and one of the TROs this year. I’ve had a varied background having never found a career that has made me […]

A summary of bird ringing at Fieldfare Hide in 2016

A summary of bird ringing at Fieldfare Hide in 2016

A permit holder and ringing trainer Chris Hughes undertakes regular mist netting sessions throughout the spring and summer by Fieldfare Hide on the south of lagoon 1. Read his report on 2016 here…

Noctule, by John Wright

Open Your Ears

Bat Walk and Talk.

Wild Skills

Wild Skills

Wild Skills is a group for young people aged 14-18 with a keen interest in nature conservation and provides a unique opportunity for young people to volunteer, whether it is to build up hours for an award or skills and experience to add to your C.V.

Work Experience

Work Experience

Rutland Water Nature Reserve offers work experience placements that aim to give young people an insight in to the variety of work that goes into the management of a large wetland nature reserve. This is a great opportunity to experience the world of work and become better prepared for a career in nature conservation.

Black-winged Stilt by Matthew Berriman

Rarity for Rutland Water!

Rarity for Rutland!