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What Do Red Squirrels Eat & What To Feed Them in Your Garden

The red squirrel is native to Britain but is now only found in limited areas…

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8th February 2021

Birding For All: Working for Better Access to Nature Reserves

About Birding For All Its now two decades since we launched Birding For All (or…

1st April 2020

Yuletide, Yule Logs and Christmas Trees

As Christmas approaches, we start planning our great get togethers with friends and family, gifts…

12th December 2019

Painted Lady Tops Poll

More than a million butterflies were counted and logged by the 113,502 big butterfly count…

11th September 2019

Gardenwatch – How to Improve Gardens for Wildlife

Gardens provide important space for our wildlife, but they could provide even more, according to…

31st May 2019

Wildflowers for Birds, Bees & Butterflies

Wildflowers are more than a colourful addition to the garden. They provide food and habitats…

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21st February 2019

Budge Up!

The more successful species seem to display a higher level of co-operation and social behaviour…

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12th January 2019

Autochthonous or Not?

To a casual observer the birds and wildlife in our parks and gardens may appear…

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22nd December 2018

Good Luck but for Whom?

Kissing under the mistletoe, mistletoe and wine, and a bird called mistle thrush. Other than…

17th December 2018