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09 August 2007
EDITORIAL - email@example.comAnna Riach
with a dragonfly nymph, one of the bugs found on the mini-beast safaris
A WORLD tour has ended in Sandy.The new face behind events run at the RSPB's
headquarters nature reserve is a much travelled young lady. Anna Riach, 24, is the new visitor and recruitment officer at The Lodge where she has joined the team to organise public events - currently some 80 a year.She
has just returned from a seven-month round the world trip visiting Asia, Australasia and South America and has enjoyed seeing such wildlife as elephants, kiwi birds, albatrosses and alpacas.Anna
originally comes from Scotland's central belt and has recently moved down to Bedfordshire to work for the RSPB
. She has a master's degree in zoology and previously worked with North East Wales Wildlife, a small wildlife charity in Flintshire.Anna
replaces Neil Renwick at The Lodge
who has moved to the new RSPB nature reserve at Fen Drayton Lakes in Cambridgeshire.
continued: "We run regular events to cater for all interests.
If you would like to arrange a group visit to the reserve, call Anna
on 01767 693253.
RSPB West Norfolk Local Group - RSPB News - Title
Anna Riach, 24, is the new Visitor and Recruitment Officer at The Lodge nature reserve in Sandy.
continued: "We run regular events to cater to all interests.
Our popular mini-beast safaris really enthuse children as they catch grasshoppers and discover woodlice and I've been enjoying hunting for bugs and beetles just as much!""Every Tuesday we have people joining us for Single Strollers to enjoy a walk round the reserve with others and the Birds for Beginners events gives people the chance to find out more about birds.
On this reserve, which is undergoing many changes while creating new heathland, Mystery Tours are a great way to show people the work that's been going on in the area."This month the reserve will also attract many visitors to its moth night and to its wool spinning demonstration day.
f you would like to find out more about RSPB
The Lodge events pick up a What's On leaflet at the reserve or phone the shop to book an event on 01767 680541.
If you would like to arrange a group visit to the reserve call Anna
on 01767 693253.
1. Anna has a Masters degree in Zoology, and has previously worked with North East Wales Wildlife, a small wildlife charity in Flintshire.