Everyone knows how important it is to look after the biodiversity and in Raynes Quarry the Team are very focused on it. RSPB have found in the past a pair of Choughs at Raynes Quarry.
Allan Poole and Ian Phillips have been working closely with RSPB to provide a better ecosystem for these wild birds. Allan commented: “We want to keep working on the same track to be best for ecosystems as well. This year we have received a visit from the RSPB and they were very pleased when they found out that our Choughs have raised three healthy chicks. The family is happy flying around together.
Miss Adrienne Stratford, worker of RSPB, sent some information about the Choughs and I have to say that I am surprised at how much information is recorded about the life of this single Chough. It is impressive how much hard work the RSPB is doing and I was very pleased to hear that the previous management of Raynes were doing the right things to promote the wildlife on the site. We receive this great heritage and we will work hard to preserve it.”