“You don’t need to have your own twitter account to read our tweets from twitter”
Here you can view the ‘Tweets’ from Kittiwakes upon the Tyne
Below you can view some twitter feed from the @KittiwakesTyne Twitter Account. You do not need to register or have a twitter account yourself to view messages (the ‘Kittiwakes upon The River Tyne tweets‘). Should you wish to tweet yourself, you would need to set up an account on twitter.
To view more tweets, simply hover over the twitter feed below and scroll down or press the ‘Load More Tweets’ .
Twitter is very popular as a ‘social media’ platform. It can be tremendously informative, when it comes to current news and developments, especially involving key policies and concerns. In 2018 over twenty Kittiwakes were injured or killed as a direct result of anti-bird deterrents, down on Newcastle Quayside. Largely because the story of the Kittiwakes was shared on social media, a variety of agencies were encouraged into action and many birds were rescued and saved. Social media, helps “Kittiwakes upon the Tyne’ share news and developments across the internet.
If you are on twitter yourself, please follow us, and help us raise awareness and act as a voice. It also helps us with ‘Search Engine Optimisation’, as the more followers we have, increases our chances of appearing further up the list in users searches. This is particularly important at this time, with this website being so very new and a domain only registered in April 2018. Please follow @KittiwakesTyne and help ‘Raise Awareness’ for our well loved Tyne Kittiwakes.
“Have you found any wildlife which has become trapped in anti-bird netting on Newcastle or Gateshead Quayside?
This twitter feed, will showcase all things ‘Kittiwake’ or ‘wildlife along the Tyne’ related. If you wish to share a topic or some of your own content, please include @KittiwakeTyne in your tweets or you can email email@example.com Activity will increase when the birds return again in the spring of 2020. Relevant content from other wildlife organisations will also be signposted, as well as initiatives to help ‘Raise Awareness‘ or to enjoy the wildlife along the tyne. Twitter is a great way to keep up to date with any opportunites for riverside walks, boat trips or talks involving the ‘Tyne Kittiwakes‘.