Author: Samanta Webster

Your photographs: Adders

There are no snakes in Ireland famously declared Thomas Rain Crowe, St Patrick chased them all away (or more correctly there was this little known thing called an Ice Age). Mainland Britain however...

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The domestic pussycat as a pest species

The Domestic cat (Felis catus) is descended from the African Wildcat (Felis silvestris lybica) and retains many aspects of the origin specie’s nature instincts and behaviours. They are predators that have evolved to...

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Orca in British waters

RT @drmtbishop: 2 Killer Whales from the Gills Bay Orkney ferry on Sat. Only managed 1 photo in the excitement! pic.twitter.com/ljkMyINNEW — Wildlife Sightings (@wildlife_uk) August 6, 2014 One of our contributors, Dr...

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Flowering Plants: What to see in August

Like all those who are new to Botany I can sometimes feel a little overwhelmed by the sheer amount of flowers popping up in Spring and Summer, there are too many of them...

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