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The Wildlife Trusts Apr 15
Starlings have been reported mimicking woodpecker calls, car alarms, dog barks, baby cries and a football referee's whistle
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The Wildlife Trusts Apr 13
Did you know there are more Wildlife Trust nature reserves than McDonalds restaurants in the UK?
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The Wildlife Trusts Apr 17
Stoats are much larger than weasels, with a longer tail that has a distinctive black tip. They can be found throughout the UK.
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The Wildlife Trusts Apr 17
During their epic migration between the UK and South Africa, swallows can cover around 200 miles a day.
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The Shireman Apr 16
You only need sit still long enough in some attractive spot in the woods that all its inhabitants may exhibit themselves to you by turns. ~ Henry David Thoreau by InspiredImages
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Kay Fairest Apr 16
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The Wildlife Trusts Apr 9
The brimstone could be the original "butterfly" - there’s a theory that its bright yellow wings inspired the name butter-coloured fly.
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The Wildlife Trusts Apr 9
Swallows are returning to the UK, making the impressive 6000 mile journey from their wintering grounds in South Africa.
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startertarter Apr 15
Caught the baby foxes on film finally.
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The Wildlife Trust for Beds, Cambs & Northants Apr 12
We've seen the first oxlips in Gamlingay Wood. These woodland wildflowers are special to our area. The whole British native range extends only from Beds, Hunts and Cambs into Suffolk and north Essex so half their range is on our patch! Image: Brian Eversham.
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Little Poems Apr 17
We don’t just look at mammals and amphibians in our latest children’s poetry book, we’ve got a poem about one of these too!
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Wild About Gardens 16h
Worms are essential for our soils and our wildlife ❤️🌻🐦🐸 (Credit Michelle Househam)
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RSPCA Frontline Apr 13
Please clean up ! 2 officers attended this near Driffield, , who had a hook in her leg. Luckily it could be removed without disturbing the eggs she was sitting on! 49
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Ronald Turner Apr 14
Peacock Butterfly ,7 Spot Ladybird and Common Dog Violet Avenue Washlands
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The Wildlife Trusts Apr 12
Swallows don’t just chase any insects they come across, they prefer larger species like horseflies and bluebottles.
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The Wildlife Trusts Apr 8
The amphibious Great Crested Newt spends most of its life on land, so protecting terrestrial habitat is just as important as conserving water sources
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Johnny Two Jukes Apr 11
Experiencing childhood levels of excitement seeing a whirligig beetle on the pond!
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The Wildlife Trusts Apr 14
Cuckoos are returning from wintering grounds in tropical Africa. Listen out for the male’s distinctive “cu-koo” call.
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Jim Pottkotter Apr 10
It's no accident the male Red-winged Blackbird looks so regal and confident. The female tends to stay low in the bushes while the male flys between high perches singing loudly to let the world know he's there.
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Magpie Apr 15
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