St George’s Day: The dragons that live among us

Today, 23 April, is St George’s Day – a day in which England’s patron saint (St George) is remembered on the anniversary of his death. Whenever St George is mentioned, it’s common to think of the legendary battle he is said to have had with the dragon that ate humans. To mark the day here at Chloe May Writes, lets take a look at the dragons that continue to roam our planet today… and they’re not all reptiles either!

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Get involved: RSPB’s Big Garden Bird Watch has begun!

Today marks the beginning of this year’s RSPB Big Garden Bird Watch.

Over the next three days (until Sunday 31 January 2021), the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds are encouraging people across England, Wales, and Scotland to spend just one hour counting the birds they spot in their garden, from their balcony, or in their local park. So grab yourself a cuppa, as well as maybe a notepad, pen, and some binoculars (if you have them) and make yourself comfy!

Here are just a few of the birds you might see this weekend:

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