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Holly Gillibrand Jul 17
Two days to go until the Big , launching this Friday with . How many butterflies have you got in you garden? wants to know.
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Butterfly Conservation Jul 17
Tomorrow is the launch of our Big 2019! Join and Sir David Attenborough to make this the biggest ever! ๐Ÿฆ‹ Download our free app or ID chart today
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RSPB Jul 16
Around this time of year there should be plenty of juvenile green woodpeckers out learning how to survive on their own! This fantastic photograph from our photo library by Malcolm Hunt shows just what fantastic looking birds they are!
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Sussex Wildlife Trust ๐Ÿฆ‹ Jul 11
Our Marine Officer & a team of volunteer Seasearch divers were amazed to see an Ocean Sunfish (Mola mola) 6 km off the coast of as they returned to shore! Sunfish can grow to over 4 metres in length & weigh up to 2.3 tonnes
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The Wildlife Trusts Jul 17
During hot and humid summer weather, black winged ants appear and swarm in large numbers. These 'flying ants' mate and eventually disperse to form new colonies. ๐Ÿœ๐Ÿœ๐Ÿœ๐Ÿœ Find out more:
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The Butterfly Brothers Jul 13
Fantastic to see this we created last year in supporting so much already. Looking like some of the ones shown on last night. Meadows really are incredible.
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Ben Dalgleish Photography Jul 15
Whilst out photographing Peregrine Falcons this hoglet was found by itself in the open - Thankfully my friend Andrew and I managed to recouple it with itโ€™s mum! ๐Ÿฆ”
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WWT Jul 15
Saltmarshes really are amazing. Not only are they teeming with biodiversity, they also can act as natural flood barriers - like those at , which buffer homes and businesses from rising sea levels ๐ŸŒŠ >
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Essex Wildlife Trust Jul 13
It's at this time of the year the marsh at our Tollesbury Wick nature reserve explodes with the vibrant colour of yellow. This is mainly due to the flowering plant Bird's-foot-trefoil, which attracts lots of bees and caterpillars and smells amazing too! ๐Ÿ’› ๐Ÿ“ธ Dave Smart
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Raymond Besant Jul 13
Not the first bird I would have expected to see at a foggy Gannet colony! One of eight Two Barred Crossbills I found at Noup Head, Westray today. Very flighty and mobile but still great to see.
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BBC Gardeners World Jul 12
In our wildflower special tonight, meets up with from to find out why our meadows are so important to our countryside. Join us at 9.00pm on for a floral feast for the eyes ๐Ÿ˜Ž
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Woodland Trust Jul 10
Aila arrives on the nest, followed by Louis with a small fish to start the day. Watch the live with our : Supported by players of
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The Butterfly Brothers Jul 9
Since it was recently, hereโ€™s some weโ€™ve made this year. RT if you think our around the world need to change to help our species such and , and
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RSPB Jul 8
The house martin spends much of its time on the wing collecting insect prey and its mud nest is usually sited below the eaves of buildings.
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Woodland Trust Jul 8
Nominations are now open to find this yearโ€™s ! Nominate your special tree at
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The Wildlife Trusts Jul 8
How to identify common garden butterflies ๐Ÿฆ‹๐Ÿฆ‹
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RSPB Norfolk & Lincs Jul 7
Having rare and unusual birds passing through is always exciting but this is really what makes a warden giddy. BABY BLACK-NECKED GREEEEEEBES ๐Ÿ˜ฌ First breeding record for the reserve. What an excellent way to celebrate our tenth year ๐Ÿ˜
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RSPB Jul 6
Spot the difference! annual flower beds vs perennial meadows: Check out our new blog from Adrian Thomas: ๐ŸŒพ๐ŸŒท๐ŸŒบ๐ŸŒป
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People's Trust for Endangered Species Jul 5
Looking for activities to do in your this weekend to help ? Check out our website for fun and effective ideas like building a home for , or making a nest for ground-nesting ! ๐Ÿ“ธEmily Marnham
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