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Chapter to join the RSPB in bringing birdsong to over five million people Posted on 16 Oct 2019

Chapter to join the RSPB in bringing birdsong to over five million people

On Thursday 17 October we will be supporting RSPB Cymru in bringing birdsong to people in Wales.

Throughout the day birdsong will be heard in hundreds of locations across the country, including the National Assembly for Wales, Wales Millennium Centre, Transport for Wales Stations, National Museums of Wales, Dŵr Cymru and National Parks.

Tamsin Davies, RSPB Cymru says “In Wales we are lucky to be surrounded by so much amazing wildlife... But, sadly all is not well and simple pleasures such as the soothing music of our birds seem to be growing quieter... We are pleased to be working with Chapter to send a strong message that we all care about our natural world and are concerned that if nothing is done we might lose these amazing singers.”

Anyone interested in finding out more about the Let Nature Sing Takeover, hosting their own event or how to listen to birdsong radio should visit www.rspb.org.uk/letnaturesing

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