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Attenborough Reserve
An award-winning Nature Centre & cafe is the gateway to Attenborough Nature Reserve - a haven for wildlife managed by Nottinghamshire WIldlife Trust.
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Attenborough Reserve Jul 13
Something to mention ! Free to attend, still some tickets available. Book through the Nottingham Playhouse.
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Nottingham Playhouse Jul 12
If you’re coming to see Splash! and would like a please ask a member of the team when you arrive. We recommend arriving 15 mins before the start time ⚓️
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Attenborough Reserve Jul 12
Fantastic first day of Splash! 💦 - a circus & puppetry multi-sensory, accessible, outdoor performance from , & . Join us this weekend to see the performance, take part in our workshops and meet Andy & his
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Attenborough Reserve Jun 28
Black Horehound?
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Attenborough Reserve Jun 28
Red Dead Nettle
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Lord Beestonia 🐝 Jun 9
Lovely bit of serendipity: visited to find the author of giving a talk on the launch of her book (buy it!): mention of talking about the beauty of nature words Lucy McRobert made me think again of the interconnectedness of things...
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Attenborough Reserve Jun 9
Ready for the book signing and meet the author of by today. Some great inspiration for
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Attenborough Reserve Jun 8
This Sunday is the book launch of '365 Days Wild' at Attenborough Nature Centre - meet the author and talks at 1pm and 3pm. Lots of inspiration for your 'random acts of wildness' for every day throughout June and beyond!
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Attenborough Reserve Jun 8
There is the 365 Days Wild Book Launch at Attenborough Nature Centre this Sunday - meet the author and talk at 1pm and 3pm. Lots of inspiration for a great campaign by The Wildlife Trust to get everyone doing a 'random act of wildness' every day throughout June!
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Attenborough Reserve Jun 7
A bee or not a bee, that is the question... All will be revealed on with and Tim Sexton after 2pm
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Attenborough Reserve Jun 7
Sniffing out Attenborough's largest (and smelliest) beetle. Tim is with on talking about some of the amazing longhorn beetles found at the Reserve and beyond. Listen in after 2pm
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Attenborough Reserve May 30
Replying to @alanclifford
That's incredible!
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Attenborough Reserve May 19
Replying to @matt_1979
I'll pop past on my way home tonight and check up on it anyway. I assume it is on the path between the village and the river on the right hand side?
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Attenborough Reserve May 19
Replying to @opticronuk
Does he use Opticron Binoculars?
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Attenborough Reserve May 19
Replying to @matt_1979
Looks like a recently fledged juvenile
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Attenborough Reserve May 16
Replying to @Linacreblogger
Lots at the moment. Best place to spot them is Beeston Pond end of the Reserve. However, last week there were two on Barton Lane near the Kingfisher Hide
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Attenborough Reserve May 16
The aptly named swollen-thighed beetle is unmistakable - even in silhouette! They have just started appearing in the meadows again at Attenborough
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Attenborough Reserve May 15
Simply stunning...
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The Wildlife Trusts May 15
Today is the launch of the fantastic book by If you’re a lover of wildlife and this is the perfect book for you 💚🌊🌱🐝 check it out 👉
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Notts Wildlife Trust May 8
Happy 93rd Birthday to Sir David Attenborough! 🎂🎉🎈 These photos were taken at our Attenborough Nature Reserve. Many think that the reserve is named after him, but it is actually named after the village of Attenborough.
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