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Dear Pigeon - wildlife blog

Wood Warbler lives in the countryside. London Pigeon lives in the city. They write to each other about the latest wildlife they've spotted...

https://dearpigeon.com/2017/02/23/anywa ... ind-blows/
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Wild Tamworth

I have considered posting my blog entires on this excellent forum before, but somehow, I never got around to it. I have looked at some of the excellent blogs featured within this forum many times and seen that the bar is set high for standard and content.

I enjoy blogging about what I encounter during my local wanderings and it surprises me how many visits it gets with each posting. The blog entry I have ...
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A Yorkshire Blog

Hi all, I blog about my local patch in South Leeds and also a little further afield around Yorkshire. I've been blogging since 2009 with a few lulls over the years but i've recently kept up with the promise to myself to blog on a more regular basis.

Here's the link -

http://pampick.blogspot.co.uk/
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Rosellas like sunflower seeds

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A Crimson Rosella perches on a sunflower, trying to reach the last of the seeds. This was a feral flower that grew from compost mixed into the garden. A nice bonus for the rosellas:

http://stuartrae.blogspot.com.au/2017/0 ... imson.html

Garden birds are never boring.

Stuart
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A spectacular garden butterfly

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I found this gorgeous butterfly in the garden yesterday, and never knew she had been there as a caterpillar. For the whole story:

http://stuartrae.blogspot.com.au/2017/0 ... ailed.html

Enjoy your own garden. Or any others close by....

Stuart
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Dragonfly mimic

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An Owlfly rests on a grass stem.

I came across a new creature to me recently while looking for dragonflies and damselflies. I never knew there was such a thing as a dragonfly mimic, and these are good. I'll look out for them in future. For more on them:

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

Stuart
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Cluttered Mind, Wild Heart

Blogger from Hertfordshire and more recently from Sheffield, posting about my adventures and things which are important to me. Also features some creative writing every so often, though still usually about the Natural World :)

Please visit!

http://clutteredmindwildheart.blogspot.co.uk/
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Non Stop Destination blog

Hi, I'm Lies and blog at Non Stop Destination together with my partner Ash. We love the outdoors and regularly blog about our wildlife encounters.

http://www.nonstopdestination.com
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Knee Deep In Nature - A Young Naturalist's Blog

Hi
I'm James Miller, a 15 year old naturalist and aspiring wildlife presenter. I make wildlife films and documentaries, take photos, and blog about the wildlife I see around me - I have a particular fascination for nocturnal creatures.
Here's my blog: http://www.kneedeepinnature.co.uk
Please have a look if you have a moment - I hope you like it!
Thanks
James :)
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Diary of a Windy Island - Blogging from the Isle of Tiree

Dear forum members,

Please find a link to the new Tiree Ranger Service Blog below. Tiree is an absolute haven for nature - but is still little known as a wildlife watching destination.

In particular, Tiree supports populations of many threatened waders. It is also a last stronghold for the enigmatic corncrake.

This blog details my experience of working to protect this remote and wind-swept Hebridean island.

With my thanks,

Stephanie Cope.

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