Lower Meadow care home receives bird boxes from the RSPB
Residents at Lower Meadow care home, in Stratford-upon-Avon are excited to do some birdwatching, after kindly receiving bird boxes from the RSPB (The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds).
The home received eight smaller bird boxes and one large bird box to put up around their gardens and the residents cannot wait for them to be installed. With warmer weather on its way, everyone at the home look forward to sitting in the garden and watching the wildlife.
Birdwatching is a great activity to get involved in this month, as it connects well with the Runwood Homes’ March dignity theme, the environment. The theme gives special focus on the world around us, and what we do to look after it. It also encourages home teams and residents to appreciate nature and its many benefits.
The birdboxes will boost the wildlife in the home’s garden, and birdwatching will be an enriching and informative activity for residents. Lower Meadow look forward to seeing what birds may visit their garden and identifying the different species too.
Rachel Walker, Home Manager at Lower Meadow is just as excited to see the birdboxes in action, and commented:
“This is a great activity for all of us at Lower Meadow to get involved in and couldn’t come at a more perfect time, as this month’s dignity theme is all about the environment. Our residents love to birdwatch and we look forward to getting lots of lovely photos of the beautiful wildlife that we spot.”
The Lower Meadow team thank the RSPB for their birdboxes and look forward to engaging in a variety of environmental-themed activities this month.
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