June 2011

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  • Nick Baker on watching birds in your garden

    Friday 8th October, 2010

    The beauty of wildlife watching is that you don't have to go far to enjoy it. Here are some tips from Nick Baker, Vice President of The Wildlife Trusts, on watching garden birds.

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  • Play your part in nature’s recovery

    Saturday 2nd October, 2010

    A fundamental change is needed in the way our natural environment is managed, according to The Wildlife Trusts. And the time is now for the Government to feel the weight of public support for more action.

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  • Best of British nature writing celebrated – past and present

    Thursday 30th September, 2010

    New book published - Nature Tales: Encounters with Britain’s Wildlife

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  • Red squirrel project turns to text to keep track of Scotland’s squirrels

    Thursday 30th September, 2010

    A pilot scheme, thought to be the first of its kind in the UK, is set to begin in Aberdeen this weekend (2 October 2010) to encourage city dwellers to report when and where they see squirrels in the city by sending a text message from their mobile phone.

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  • Roaming reds hit Newcastle

    Wednesday 29th September, 2010

    As Red Squirrel Week approaches

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  • Nick Baker on how to watch coastal birds

    Tuesday 28th September, 2010

    The Wildlife Trusts' Vice President reveals his top tips

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  • Make Space for Nature

    Friday 24th September, 2010

    The Wildlife Trusts support findings of new report

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  • The Quest for Living Seas

    Tuesday 21st September, 2010

    Anna Kirk-Smith in the studio

    Artwork to raise awareness of the UK’s Living Seas goes on display

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  • Decade of surveys tells story of change

    Monday 20th September, 2010

    Better bird-seed recipes, newly-gained skills and home make-overs are changing the types of birds seen most often in West Country gardens, according to the final report from one of the UK’s biggest ‘citizen science’ projects – the decade-long Bristol Bird Watch.

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  • Climate change adaptation, naturally

    Thursday 16th September, 2010

    The Wildlife Trusts respond to report on climate change

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