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A Big Year

Afternoon all.

I stumbled across this forum whilst contemplating starting my own blog to record my year and thought , why not.. I have never had a blog before and I am definitely not a creative writer, I'm the type of guy who writes everything in capital letters! ( I own and run a sort of cleaning company) but the blog format will allow me to record my "doings" and photos for myself and anyone ...
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The Unconventional Naturalist

Hi everyone my name is Ellie I am a disabled naturalist with a passion for insects. I regularly write a blog series called, 'Wildlife On My Doorstep'. To highlight that wildlife is just as vast in urban areas as it is in the countryside. I look forward to sharing my blog posts with you. :D

https://theunventionalnaturalist.wordpr ... of-winter/


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One Wild Winter - filming a kingfisher

filmed this kingfisher hunting in front of the hide at RSPB Northward Hill Reserve
https://naturegirlblogdotcom.wordpress. ... ingfisher/
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You know it's cold when.....

You know it's cold when two robins share the spoils under my bird table.
https://naturegirlblogdotcom.wordpress. ... s-at-dawn/
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More hot butterflies

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More hot butterflies in the Australian bush. These ones were hiding in the shade:

http://stuartrae.blogspot.com.au/2017/0 ... ot-in.html

It's always good to find something new to ourselves by ourselves.

Stuart
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Wildlife Writer

My blog Wildlife Writer will explore the wild spaces in my local area. It is also a personal journey; a voyage towards a greater understanding of the natural world.

My first post is about a recent walk in my local woods in Binsted, West Sussex: http://meetingdeakin.com/
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Pontygwaith Perambulations

An account of wanders around a developing nature reserve on a mild winter's day.

www.ramblesthroughnature.com/blog/ponty ... mbulations
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Hot and thirsty butterflies

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Hot and Thirsty Butterflies

Summer is warming up in Canberra and although insects thrive in warm conditions, they too can feel hot and the need for a drink, like the thousands of butterflies I watched drinking from mud by a small pool on a woodland track:

http://stuartrae.blogspot.com.au/2017/0 ... ck-of.html

Stuart
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Walking With The Wildlife

My name is Matt, I am 19 years old and love to work with animals. I have created a blog in order to share my knowledge. By no means I'm not a zoologist but just very passionate about animals. This is a blog about some of the weird and wonderful things that we share the earth with.

Please take a look at http://www.walkingwiththewildlife.com

Again thank you for visiting. Happy ...
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The Wildlife Journals

Hi everyone, we’re Kirsten and Elliot.

We started our blog after an incredible 15 week trip to New Zealand, Australia and the West Coast of America. During this time we experienced some amazing wildlife encounters such as watching Penguins in New Zealand, swimming with Green Turtles in Australia and listening to Wolves howl in Montana.

When we got home to Scotland we wanted a way to share our stories, pictures and tips with other travelers ...
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