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  • Putting a spring in your step

    Monday 23rd May, 2011

    Springwatch is back (30 May – 16 June at 8pm, BBC TWO)

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  • First live online buzzard webcam

    Friday 20th May, 2011

    Ahead of BBC TV’s Springwatch series this month, springwatching in Dorset has already begun in earnest. Two more stunning birds of prey have become reality TV stars, as Dorset Wildlife Trust introduces what is believed to be the UK’s first live online buzzard webcam.

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  • One year on…what shade of green?

    Saturday 14th May, 2011

    Laws to protect wildlife must stay

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  • UK’s first floating Visitor Village unveiled

    Thursday 12th May, 2011

    The UK’s first award-winning floating Visitor Village will help put nature back on the map as it looks set to receive more the 250,000 visitors each year, has been launched by Simon King OBE.

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  • Coalition government urged to have higher ambition for nature

    Thursday 12th May, 2011

    As the new coalition government publishes its agreements, The Wildlife Trusts call on it to raise its game in policies on the natural environment and commit to a White Paper on Nature.

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  • Bugs for Beginners

    Wednesday 11th May, 2011

    Bewildered by bugs, beetles and bees buzzing by?

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  • Derby's peregrine falcon eggs start to hatch

    Monday 9th May, 2011

    Derby's world-famous peregrine falcons hatched their first chick of the season this morning.

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  • A News item

    Friday 6th May, 2011

    Some summary information

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  • Can Londoners help count the capital’s kestrels?

    Friday 6th May, 2011

    London Wildlife Trust has re-launched its pioneering urban Kestrel Count to celebrate the Trust’s 30th anniversary.

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  • Will and Kate are a cute couple…of peregrine chicks

    Friday 6th May, 2011

    Two rare peregrine falcon chicks in Nottingham city centre have been dubbed Will and Kate after they hatched during the Royal wedding.

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