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  • Wild events with Sheffield Wildlife Trust

    Friday 4th June, 2010

    This June, Sheffield Wildlife Trust is holding a number of activities to get children closer to nature.Here are a couple to get you excited...

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  • Big Biodiversity Watch

    Friday 4th June, 2010

    To celebrate International Year of Biodiversity, Norfolk Wildlife Trust invites you to take part in its biggest ever wildlife-watching event!

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  • Springwatch Festival at Stanmer Park

    Friday 4th June, 2010

    Brighton’s Springwatch Festival 2010 is even bigger and better than last year. Sussex Wildlife Trust (SWT) is delighted to be working in partnership with Brighton & Hove City Council (BHCC) organising the Festival in Stanmer Park and plan some exciting hands-on nature based activities to appeal to all ages.

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  • Volunteers help give otters a home

    Friday 4th June, 2010

    Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s Wild Penwith Volunteers have spent an enjoyable day building an otter holt near Drift Reservoir, near Penzance. The holt has been created to help this magnificent animal as it increases its range throughout Cornwall.

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  • Opening up the underwater landscape

    Thursday 3rd June, 2010

    As World Oceans Day is celebrated on 8th June, an advanced seabed map has become the first in the UK to be made freely available to the public, making it possible to see the sea floor in all its glory, including reefs, wrecks and rocky ledges. Showing not only the contours but, via linked photographs, many of the habitats of the seabed from Abbotsbury to Swanage, the DORset Integrated Seabed study (DORIS) map allows divers, conservationists and marine planners to see exactly what is located at the ocean floor, whether for recreational diving or for decision making about the use of Dorset’s marine sites.

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  • Osprey chicks hatch at Rutland Water

    Thursday 3rd June, 2010

    England’s only osprey reintroduction scheme chalks up another milestone

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  • Blink and you’ll miss it…

    Tuesday 1st June, 2010

    Latest issue of Wildlife Watch magazine reveals the UK’s fastest creatures

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  • Globe-trotting birds fly onto the net

    Tuesday 1st June, 2010

    Wildlife camera to document life of swallows at Cheshire farm

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  • Be part of a BioBlitz!

    Saturday 29th May, 2010

    As wildlife dramas develop in the new season of BBC Springwatch, many of us will be itching to get out and experience the wildlife around us. And there is no better way to do this than to join your local Wildlife Trust for a ‘BioBlitz’!

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  • Beavering away one year on

    Thursday 27th May, 2010

    A year ago, on 29 May 2009, Scotland’s first wild beavers for over 400 years were released into Knapdale Forest, Mid-Argyll. This marked the start of the Scottish Beaver Trial, a five-year time-limited trial reintroduction and a partnership project between the Scottish Wildlife Trust (SWT), the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS) and host Forestry Commission Scotland (FCS).

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