We’ve been a bit quiet of late on the blog as we’ve been super busy out and about on the reserves. It’s now time to catch up!
A big event for us on the reserves early in the year, was a change on personnel. The end of February saw us say goodbye to the interns of 2018/19, Kim Grant and Sally Dunbar. Our interns very much become part of the team and it’s always sad to see them go. Hopefully, it’s on to bigger and better things.
Kim has gone on to start her own business www.kimgrantphotography.co.uk (photography workshops, content creation and more!) and Sally has a seasonal contract with the National Trust on the amazing Farne Islands. We wish them both good luck in their next adventures!
However, with one set of interns leaving, that means new interns starting! Katie Horton and Julie Ellis arrived at the beginning of March and after a few very busy months have been getting settled into the madness of Strathbeg life. More from them very soon!
Katie Horton & Julie Ellis, photo Lorna Dow
If you see them in person at any of the reserves, please say hello!
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