Toad Numbers in Decline

Toads are part of a group of recurring wildlife featured in fairy tales and folklore, the focus of stories about who lives in the old forest or how interesting the outdoors can be....

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Summer Visitors: Tree Pipits

As summer is approaching, so much incredible wildlife can be seen. Tree pipits are summer visitors, and being part of the pipit and wagtail family, are small and good flyers. When visiting, they...

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Top Big Cats

Top 7 Big Cats of the World

Big Cats are the world’s most amazing and most wished wild cats among the wildlife lovers and wildlife photographers. Big Cats were common in the early 19th Century but the illegal trade, urbanization,...

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Saving Yorkshire’s Turtle Doves

It’s the finest view in England, according to the author James Herriot. Sutton Bank is a breathtakingly dramatic escarpment in the North York Moors National Park, towering over the Vales of York and...

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Why Do I Need A Bat Survey

When it comes to getting a mitigation licence or planning permission, you will need to look into mitigation plans and survey reports. These are necessary for development projects. Surveys are needed to show...

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Unsung Wildflowers

I’ve set myself a personal goal recently, to learn more about wildflowers. Apart from the perfect time of year to see blooms, I have always had an interest in all things botanical and...

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Diminishing Dawn Chorus

The tent filled with a pre-dawn light. That cool blue that’s just light enough to encourage you to open your eyes. The type of light that my usual thick curtains shut out. It...

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