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The Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust website has had a makeover and now live.
Information on Rutland Ospreys can be found within the Wildlife Section. Link to Rutland Ospreys
Note: still a work in progress as some pages/links are still to be copied over.
Kind regards, Ann
In reply to Gardenbirder:
Gardenbirder said:Will we have access to the archive of blogs on the original Rutland Osprey Project website?
Gardenbirder - In my opinion I am sure we will and it is just a matter of time until they get the links in place to the relevant pages for as you write there is a lot of important information and they have stated on their new site - quote
“ Our new website went live at the beginning of February so please bear with us whilst we move everything over from our old one”
I have been regularly checking the new website and must say it is a little disappointing there has been no further development but hopefully it will all happen soon - fingers crossed
Birdies LG DU update.
In reply to Karen:
In reply to Mike:
Ann, to avoid confusion the 'Old ' site which I refer to is the very first one set up by Barrie Galpin. It preceded the one which we have subsequently been using up until last season.
The 'redevelopment' of the site was mooted about a year ago and I have copies of emails between me and the then Director, Simon Bentley and also the new manager of the Rutland site. In essence these stressed the need to retain and carry over all the data!
I went to ring Simon Bentley only to find that he has moved on and his position was filled in November by a Tim Graham.
I wonder what he'll have to say about it? I'll be sure to ask!
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