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  • Survey reveals record numbers of rare butterfly

    Monday 25th April, 2011

    A survey has revealed record numbers of a nationally rare butterfly – seen earlier than usual this year due to recent warm weather.

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  • King coming to Cumbria

    Sunday 24th April, 2011

    Wildlife enthusiasts are encouraged to flock to Cumbria next month for the rare opportunity to spot household favourite Simon King in the flesh!

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  • First basking shark sighting in UK

    Thursday 21st April, 2011

    The first official basking shark sighting for 2011 has been recorded by scuba divers at Roskilly Beach, Newlyn, Cornwall, on Sunday 20 March, according to The Wildlife Trusts.

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  • Orchid extravaganza

    Friday 15th April, 2011

    Coming to The Wildlife Trusts’ reserves near you

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  • Shot of the landscape

    Wednesday 13th April, 2011

    Visual arts project will put UK conservation in the frame

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  • Share your views on the future funding of our heritage

    Wednesday 13th April, 2011

    The Wildlife Trusts are urging people to highlight the importance of Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) investing funds in our natural heritage - before its consultation closes on Tuesday 26 April.

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  • Water way to go for wetlands and rivers

    Wednesday 13th April, 2011

    The Wildlife Trusts welcome the Government’s allocation today of £110 million to enhance and restore rivers and wetlands across England.

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  • Nature rolls out the blue carpet

    Friday 8th April, 2011

    As The Wildlife Trusts’ reserves put on spring displays

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  • National charities challenge Government to get High Speed Rail on the right lines

    Thursday 7th April, 2011

    A powerful alliance of respected organisations has agreed a Charter[1] that will hold the Government to account on its approach to High Speed Rail[2].

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  • A step back for Society?

    Wednesday 23rd March, 2011

    The Wildlife Trusts' response to Planning Review actions

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