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Tim Hall

About Tim Hall

BirdBox Project manager and website admin, I keep things ticking in the background. If you have any queries or issues with the website or your lvie streams, just give me a shout.

Server update – please reconnect your streams!

This afternoon we installed a critical media server security update, released by the server software publishers late last week, which required taking the server offline. If you were streaming before the server went offline you will need to reconnect the stream from your webcam laptop in school. We appreciate this is not easy with it [...]

By |2017-08-09T14:32:42+00:00August 9th, 2017|See Nature News|0 Comments

Bees in the News – 12th May

Horticulture Week - May 12th How would pesticide ban affect production? Harrogate Advertiser - May 11th Plant nursery creates ideal home for bees The Guardian - May 11th Why has Labour included bees in its manifesto? Hartlepool Mail - May 11th 9Wildflower scheme set to bloom again in Hartlepool Strathspey and Badenoch Herald - May [...]

By |2017-05-12T07:05:08+00:00May 12th, 2017|Bees in the News 2017, See Nature News|0 Comments

Bees in the News – 19th April

UK News The Herts Advertiser  - April 18th 2017 St Albans shopping centre hosts conservation day to tackle decline in bees and butterflies CBBC Newsround - April 19th 2017 How to make a bee hotel to help bees for your garden The Press and Journal - April 12th 2017 Rare black bees worth £1,000 stolen [...]

By |2018-09-04T08:50:43+00:00April 19th, 2017|Bees in the News 2017, See Nature News|0 Comments

Happy Easter, the first eggs, and “Duck Cam”!

We would like to wish a very Happy Easter to all of our schools and everyone watching in the wider community. What a great time to report that eggs have been sighted this week in a number of boxes! St Augustine's (West Sussex), St Margaret's (West Sussex), Ringwood (Hants), Grovelands (East Sussex), Ash Grange (Surrey), [...]

By |2018-09-04T08:50:44+00:00April 11th, 2017|Chatterbox 2017, See Nature News|0 Comments

Nature reports from our member schools

Each week, check this section to find out what actions schools in the project are taking to encourage birds to visit their grounds. To share what you school is doing to support birds just e-mail us (info@seenature.org.uk) a short report (250 words) and a selection of photographs (maximum 6.)

By |2017-02-20T16:19:44+00:00February 20th, 2017|School Reports 2017|0 Comments