On 25th January, Theresa joined families at the Woolley Firs Environmental Education Centre for the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch 2019.
The RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch, started in 1979 and is celebrating its 40th year this January. With over half a million people now taking part, it is the largest garden wildlife survey in the world and the data helps the RSPB to monitor trends and understand how birds are doing.
Theresa commented: 'It was great fun joining in this morning with children and parents for the start of the Big Garden Birdwatch, now in its 40th year. It is a chance to learn more about our beautiful British wildlife.'