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Nash Ecology
Ecology survey providers and wildlife addicts
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Nash Ecology Mar 15
Pleased to announce that Dr Darryn Nash joins the family business today! Very happy to have my favourite tree climbing partner back and look forward to some exciting new projects at Nash Ecology this year.
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Nash Ecology 2 Jul 18
Probably my favourite moth, the elephant hawk moth. It has to be good luck to find it on your pillow too surely?!
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Nash Ecology 22 Jun 18
There is still nothing cuter than a snoring dormouse
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Amphibian and Reptile Conservation 4 Feb 18
Now talking is John Dickson from Reptile and Amphibian Group of Somerset discussing their work to restore ponds in the Mendips
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People's Trust for Endangered Species 2 Feb 18
Our first top tip to help the hedgehogs - Create 13cm x 13cm holes in your fence so that hedgehogs can move freely between gardens. .
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Woodland Trust🌳 7 Jan 18
Some of the UK's oldest have been around for thousands of years. But that doesn't mean they're protected
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CIEEM 20 Nov 17
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The Wildlife Trusts 19 Nov 17
Huge numbers of Portuguese Man o’War have washed up this year along the south west of England – they may look like them, but they’re not jellyfish! They’re colonial hydroids
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BBCT 3 Sep 17
Research shows as fly, they accumulate a positive electrical charge & pollen tends to be negatively charged so sticks to !
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Nash Ecology 27 May 17
Great to see a hummingbird hawk-moth appreciating my delphiniums @ Ston Easton Park
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Nash Ecology 24 May 17
Love how the water droplets shine on this insect eating sundew
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Nash Ecology 24 May 17
Wonderful southern marsh orchid in flower
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Liam Russell 20 Apr 17
You can ID juvenile Lissotriton by the characteristics of their dorsal line. In this photo top = palmate, bottom = smooth
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Nash Ecology 18 Apr 17
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Nash Ecology 18 Apr 17
Gorgeous bursts of spring flowers in cheddar this Easter
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National Geographic 19 Mar 17
"I haven't seen anything like it," says one scientists
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BBC Wildlife 17 Mar 17
Find out the best places to see the red deer rut thanks to : 📷Leigh Gregory
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Natural England SW 17 Mar 17
An amazing 46 'booming bittern' recorded on the first 2017 Marshes Bittern count of the year. Thanks to all our volunteers.
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Tom&Tom 17 Mar 17
Well worth a look! Check it out:
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Nash Ecology 17 Mar 17
Petition: Call on DEFRA to withdraw UK approval of A24 trap, sold in NZ to kill hedgehogs.
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