REGUA streamed live to the Chelsea Flower Show

REGUA partners, the World Land Trust, have been at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in London this week, highlighting the plight of the Atlantic Forest with their award winning Saving the Atlantic Rainforest exhibit. REGUA volunteers, Rachel Walls and Lee Dingain, helped out on the stand today and received much interest in the Atlantic Forest and REGUA, including some potential visitors and volunteers. The exhibit featured a webcam streaming live action from the bird feeders at REGUA which proved to be a big success, with bird activity being almost constant for the first four hours or so of the day. 15 species were noted including 3 Rusty-margined Guans, small flocks of Green-headed Tanagers, Red-necked Tanager and a surprise first for the Lodge garden – a male Yellow-legged Thrush! Happy 21st birthday to the World Land Trust!