Thursday, 23 May 2013

Yesterday was a big day for nature.

For the first time ever, all of the UK's leading wildlife organisations joined forces to undertake a health check on nature & together we launched the State of Nature report with the help of Sir David Attenborough.
To celebrate this unique partnership, RSPB are hosting a tweet-a-thon on Wednesday 29 May from 9am-6pm. Using the hashtag #naturesintrouble, eight wildlife organisations will be taking part in this marathon event, each with one hour to answer your questions.
Organisations taking part along with Amphilbian and Reptile Conservation are BugLife, Kew, Butterfly Conservation, People's Trust for Endangered Species, Bumblebee Conservation, Wildlife Trusts and RSPB.
Jim Foster, Conservation Director for ARC will be hosting a session on frogs, toads and newts between 9am and 10am so please send in your questions and he will be happy to answer.
More details and a full schedule of the day will be posted on the RSPB blog shortly. In the meantime, follow #naturesintrouble on Twitter for the latest updates.

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