RSPB: Have you discovered your nearest group yet?
|Published: 4th September 2013 12:43|
Have you discovered your nearest group yet?
Would you like to meet like-minded people with an interest in the natural world?
As Volunteering Development Officer, I would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to your local RSPB groups. If you have received this email and are already a member then we value your continued support.
Our groups host regular indoor meetings with illustrated talks on topics of wildlife interest from invited speakers. They also organise outdoor walks and trips to nature reserves.
We'd like to invite you to join in and step up for nature. Whether you enjoy the great outdoors and seeing nature first-hand or prefer staying indoors to learn about nature, this is a great opportunity to meet new people and make new friends.
Importantly, you don't have to be an expert on birds. Whatever your interest, there is something for everyone!
As an introduction we would like to offer each person that attends an indoor meeting a FREE Bird ID Book called ‘What's that bird?' Just take this email along and enjoy your evening.
For more information about your local group, including details about the next talk, meeting times and costs, please visit your nearest group's webpage by clicking on the link below.
Colchester - If you are near Harwich, Clacton, Marks Tey or Tiptree
Chelmsford - If you are near Braintree, Ingatestone or Maldon
Stort Valley - If you are near Bishops Stortford, Harlow or Great Dunmow
South East Essex - If you are near Leigh-on-Sea, Shoeburyness, Rayleigh or Basildon
Volunteer Development Officer
If none of these groups are convenient for you to travel to, please do visit our web page where you will be able to find listing and information about other groups close to you.
We also have a number of exciting Wildlife Explorer Groups for young people to get involved with us.