Tagged: Nature

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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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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Lawyer's Wig hiding a fairy, Fineshade Woods Northamptonshire

Mini Mushroom Guide: Shaggy Inkcap

Encased in ancient broadleaf woodland trees of elm, oak, ash, birch, poplar and more; these fairy houses emerge. The homes of the fairies here, are protected by the watchful eye of the red...

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Top 10 Facts: Fly Agaric

Infamous. Amantia muscaria is one of the most recognisable fungi in the world. A recent study by European scientists, during which subjects were shown images of various mushrooms, found that respondents successfully identified the species...

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Let’s talk about the Tyne Kittiwakes

If you live in the North East, doubtless you have noted the recent, and entirely justified, outcry surrounding the unfortunate deaths of a number of Kittiwakes (a globally threatened, predominately oceanic and entirely...

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How Pollution Affects Animals in Our World

All living things depend on Mother Earth for everything from food and water to shelter and so much more. Without the proper resources, the quality of life for humans and other living things...

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