Posts by a host of fantastic nature writers

Woodland Wallabies

Woodland Wallabies

Arguably even more mythical than woodland fairies, are woodland wallabies. Having been imported to the U.K. for over a century to act as a popular attraction for many wildlife parks and zoos across...

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Species Focus: Turtle Dove

Turtle doves, with their upper part feathers mottled chestnut and black, could be called a summer bird. Arriving in spring and leaving in late summer, the migratory Turtle doves’ purr is one of...

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Life changing moment with a sloth

Donna spent decades yearning for a sea-change, before an impetuous decision catapulted her into a tropical rainforest where she shared a jungle shack with ferocious ants and scorpions, joined a scientific expedition deep...

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Top 10 Facts: Waxwing

Winter visitor. Waxwings are winter visitors to Britain, migrating here from their breeding grounds in the boreal forest belt that stretches from Scandinavia, through Russia and across parts of North America. The numbers that...

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Britains’ Animals Braving the Winter

With winter in full approach and the temperatures lowering, attention is turning to preparing for a bitter winter. Many will remember the heavy snow seen in late February and March earlier this year,...

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Top blogs on nature, wildlife and the environment

For some odd reason, the previous blogs I have published highlighting other great environmental bloggers [here, here and here] have been some of my most popular to date. For this reason, I thought I would put...

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