September 2012

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  • An Evening with Simon King

    Friday 21st September, 2012

    Simon King OBE

    Popular wildlife TV presenter and cameraman Simon King OBE will tonight share his views on badgers and bovineTB and other issues at the Hallmark Hotel (formerly the Belfy) in Handforth, Cheshire.

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  • Vaccination is the best way forward

    Tuesday 18th September, 2012

    Badger vaccination cpt Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust

    As culling again hits the headlines, The Wildlife Trusts remain firm in their opposition to a cull, exasperated after so many years of explaining why a cull won’t help tackle bovineTB (bTB).

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  • Yellow plaques mark legacy giving

    Friday 14th September, 2012

    Roger Dobbs, Hon VP, BBOWT with RAC's Aarti Bulsara cpt C Snowden

    Two Wildlife Trust nature reserves are the first wildlife sites in the UK to be awarded Yellow Plaques in a national scheme to highlight the value of legacies.

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  • Special protection welcome

    Thursday 13th September, 2012

    Undulate ray cpt Peter Tinsley

    Marine habitat off the Dorset coast is set to get greater protection.

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  • A celebration of British wildlife

    Monday 10th September, 2012

    Culm divided cpt Stephen William Powles

    A stunning and innovative series of images showcasing British wildlife at its best are today unveiled in The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012.

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  • Grab your wellies and enjoy our wonderful wetlands

    Thursday 6th September, 2012

    wet woodland cpt Adam Cormack

    The UK’s wetlands range from small ponds and trickling streams to gushing rivers and massive reservoirs, and all are vitally important natural resources.

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  • Nature must be top priority

    Wednesday 5th September, 2012

    Implementing the Government’s own stated ambitions for nature must be the top priority for new Secretary of State.

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