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Australian autumn - waterfall and mushrooms

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I was out for an autumn walk last week, up by Bundanoon in New South Wales. The lyrebirds were singing and the mushrooms were springing out of the wood and leaf litter: ... ow-in.html

The leaf litter had such a wonderful autumn smell,

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About a Brook - the secret life of water voles

Hi! My name's Kate Long and I've been blogging about my local water voles colonies for over 10 years. I started the blog so it would be a public record for developers and councils, in the hope my records would help protect these endangered animals.

I also wanted it to be a collection of images showing field signs, so that anyone who suspected there might be water voles on a particular patch could check out ...
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A springtime wander among the orchids

Happiness is ...a walk in Earley Woods near Petham in Kent.

https://naturegirlblogdotcom.wordpress. ... in-spring/
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UK Wildlife Blog

I am Neil Phillips and I work in Environmental Education in a Country Park and SSSI and I am a wildlife photographer in my spare time

I am based in Essex, but blog from trips all over the UK. I am interested in all wildlife, but especially freshwater life, which I photograph using my photographic aquariums, much of which is rarely, if ever, photographed.

I have also spent a lot of time photographing 'normal' subjects ...
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How to avoid predators in a rock pool


After snorkelling on a coastal reef in Australia I went rock-pooling. Both locations were great: ... ool-i.html

Enjoy your own rock pools,

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Daughter of the Woods Blog

Hej everyone!
I am a young nature child who shares her adventures, thoughts and magical photos on her blog. Currently, I am living in Finland and explore the forests, lay in the warm green moss in the Spring sun or follow squirrels and chase red tailed foxes. On my blog, you can find photos of the North, my thoughts on slow living, dreams, analog photos and much more. Say Hi if you like, I would ...
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Rocky Shore Treasures

It is a number of years since I last paid any real attention to life on our local beaches, but I had the opportunity to discover some new treasures, as well as re-acquaint myself with previous discoveries, amongst the rocky outcrops of Southerndown beach last week.
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Wild Writing in Wessex - Spring Hares

From the top of the down, freshly drilled fields form a chain of creamy chalk squares, a tilth fine and pale as apple crumble; white fields that dazzle in the sun. When I come down to walk beside them, I spot four pairs of long ears on the ridge: eight sundae spoons dipped in chocolate, rising, falling, swivelling in a language I’m not privy to. I creep closer. The four animals sit in a circle, ...
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Birds & Beasts on the Somerset Levels

Weekly blog about our little piece of paradise. Nature notes from our tracks and trails across the secret Somerset Levels, including the fabulous RSPB Ham Wall and lesser known RSPB Greylake:
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The wacky bird race

Hi, I'm Paul, and I write a blog called Dippyman, which is mainly about birds and mental health.
Here's a post I wrote earlier this year about my first bird race, which took place in the York area. Hope you like it. ... bird-race/
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