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Walmer Meadows - A Kentish wildlife blog

Hi all,

I wanted to share with you my mum's blog. I think it's brilliant so if you're a fan of birds, butterflies, moths and the occasional border collie (one in particular) it's worth a visit.

https://walmermeadows.wordpress.com/
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Community Woodland under threat from developers

Developers are now trying to build on community woodlands. What's next? Country Parks and Nature Reserves?
https://naturegirlblogdotcom.wordpress. ... evelopers/
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Goldfinch Sightings in Wimborne

Wimborne has many different species of wildlife.I often walk various paths and discover diversity and colour.It is a stunning place to be. :D
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Goldfinch Sightings

A flock of Goldfinches regularly seen by me. Twenty feeding on a plethora of thistle.Seen Leigh Wood Nature Reserve, Wimborne.Dorset. :D
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Wild Writing in Wessex - The Long Twilight

'The mobs become more mobile as the owls wake to hunt. The songbirds are late to relinquish the day – perhaps on second or third broods – and the owls are impatient to begin hunting; the nights are short enough. There is a fraught, fractious overlap: an uneasy twilight that lengthens inexorably into undefined boundaries' ... A stoat like a fired elastic band, a badger that kicks dust up my own bare legs ... the ...
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Harry's Wildlife - The Blog of a Young Naturalist

A post on the butterflies and moths I saw on holiday in the Lake District in late July, including two new butterflies for myself.

https://harryswildlife.wordpress.com/

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The Dirty Rotten Ecologist

Hi I'm Emily,

My blog is very much in the early stages but as it goes on I hope to add posts covering several topics (e.g. ecological research, conservation, bats, reptiles, fieldbooks) which will hopefully be informative and provide insights into working in the field, but could just as easily end up being opinionated ramblings. (Who knows?!).

Either way I hope you enjoy it :roll:

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Butterflies on Keswick Island

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Keswick Island butterflies.

I recently spent a week on Keswick Island in the Great Barrier Reef, went there to snorkel, did that, was great. But on land discovered a treasure of butterflies:

http://stuartrae.blogspot.com.au/2017/0 ... m-not.html

There is so much out there,

Stuart
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