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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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Saving Bats With Shelter

Earlier this month, Natural England announced new funding for their project to help churches that house large populations of bats. The UK bat population has historically suffered decline, leading to the decision to...

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Ero aphana. One of the sneakiest and most specialised spider assassins (c) Tone Killick

Britain’s Super Spiders

October is perhaps the only month of the year when it’s socially acceptable to decorate your house with spiders as we revel in all things ‘spooky’. So it’s only natural that arachnid enthusiasts...

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