H i joined the rspb last september when i was down in norfolk for the weekend and visited Titchwell.
I had no idea this was here until tonight, as I was thinking how sad it is that no-one can get t the reserves now, but for all the right reasons though.
So its now binoculars in the garden
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Welcome Jude, we are all friendly on the community, hope you enjoy yourself on here.
"Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again"
As others have mentioned, the structure of the Forum can be a bit confusing, but starting from the homepage (rspb.org.uk/community) gives you the top level view of all threads in date/time order (which is the easiest way of staying on top of what's happening). If you're after specific info on a reserve, the shortest route is often to go to the reserve's page - eg rspb.org.uk/titchwell (as that's the one you visited). Scroll most of the way down & you'll find a section entitled "Latest Forum Posts" and "Latest Blog Posts". Blogs are written by staff, Forum posts by us lot :-) Titchwell doesn't have regular posters on their Forum page, but Minsmere does (often me!) which will allow you to "visit" the reserve from the comfort of your sofa whilst we're all a bit limited
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Hello Jude and welcome to a happy family.
It is sad we can't visit the reserves, but as you rightly point out, it's for the right reasons. To help take some of the sting out of the situation, there is a thread for those not just with camera, but those without, to share their moments: Fabulous garden feeders and feeding birds.
You don't need to have feeders either, or feeding, though that is the prime aim of survival. Many birds will feed from the ground as well, and you might even find a compact or mobile device will produce photos to be shared.
There are many other interesting threads to peruse and join in with as well.
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