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  • Don’t ‘wing’ it at Birdfair – flock to see The Wildlife Trusts!

    Wednesday 15th August, 2012

    The Wildlife Trusts' President Simon King OBE

    Visitors to the British Birdwatching Fair listening out for unusual song may not expect to hear the call ‘two little ducks’ but it’s likely they will, if they visit The Wildlife Trusts’ stand at Rutland Water this weekend.

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  • White-beaked dolphins appear for survey

    Tuesday 14th August, 2012

    White-beaked Dolphin cpt Kirsten Smith

    The sighting of more than 30 white beaked dolphins off the Northumberland coast helps to confirm the importance of the area to marine mammals.

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  • Bumper beaver brood as babies born at Knapdale

    Monday 6th August, 2012

    cpt Steve Gardner

    The Scottish Beaver Trial has announced that three young beavers, born earlier in the summer, have now been seen in Argyll's Knapdale Forest.

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  • Wildlife world-first: launch of Alderney PetrelCam

    Wednesday 1st August, 2012

    Storm Petrel cpt Liz Morgan

    Wildlife-lovers can access live footage of the beautiful European Storm Petrel through an all new day and night Petrel webcam, believed to be a world-first.

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  • Tame Valley secures Heritage Lottery Fund support

    Thursday 26th July, 2012

    Kingsbury Village and the River Tame

    The Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership has received an earmarked first-round pass¹ of £1.8m from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) through its Landscape Partnership (LP) programme² for the Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership Scheme, it was announced.

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  • Olympic Torch visits Iconic King’s Cross Nature Reserve

    Thursday 26th July, 2012

    Olympic Torch at London WT's Camley Street Natural Park

    Nature lovers are gathering bright and early this morning to welcome the Olympic Torch to Camley Street Natural Park - an internationally acclaimed nature reserve on the banks of the Regent’s Canal – managed by London Wildlife Trust.

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  • Moseley Bog investment promises £1.4 million of benefit for local people and wildlife

    Thursday 26th July, 2012

    Bug Hunt at Mosely Bog

    The Wildlife Trust commissioned an economic evaluation of the benefits arising from the works supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Natural England, Advantage West Midlands and other funders. The report, prepared by Oliver Hölzinger, an Environmental Economist with the Consultancy for Environmental Economics & Policy, concludes the net benefit from the works will be of the order of £1.4 million.

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  • Brand New species discovered in Cambridgeshire

    Tuesday 24th July, 2012

    New species of flatworm - credit Brian Eversham

    A flatworm with between 50-60 eyes has been discovered at Shepreth L Moor nature reserve in Cambridgeshire.

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  • Befriend Our Marine Wildlife

    Monday 23rd July, 2012

    Bottlenose dolphin cpt Harry Hogg

    Help save our seas during The Wildlife Trusts’ National Marine Week

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  • Leadership needed for nature’s recovery

    Tuesday 17th July, 2012

    One year on from the publication of the Natural Environment White Paper, The Wildlife Trusts welcome the Efra Select Committee report into the White Paper, published today.

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