Jul 172012

Preliminary results from this year’s national nightingale survey have revealed that the Hoo Peninsula in north Kent is a national stronghold for the iconic songster that inspired some of our greatest writers, yet this news comes just when their very existence is threatened by a Medway Council plan to build up to 5,000 houses.

Read the full story from the RSPB here

Also on the RSPB news pages is a story about Kent prisoners providing homes for tree sparrows on the Romney Marshes.  You can read the full article here

 Posted by on 17 July 2012 at 8:48 pm