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Seal Island Visit

I was recently back down in St Ives, Cornwall, where, not long ago, I had had the pleasure of watching a school of dolphins hunting not far off shore. On this occasion, it seems that the dolphins were entertaining visitors not far from Penzance, so as a consolation prize, I decided to take one of the boat trips to “Seal Island” from the harbour.

www.ramblesthroughnature.com/blog/seal-island-visit
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Mabel in Mudtown

Moved to Milltown, Muddiford, North Devon, in 2016 and it's teeming with wildlife, especially bird life. Dusted off my camera and have been snapping away and started a blog to document some of the pictures.

https://mudtownmabel.tumblr.com
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Oh, what a feeling

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I watched some arctic terns fishing close to shore at the weekend, a marvellous spectacle:

http://stuartrae.blogspot.no/2017/06/te ... t-for.html

There is always something to see if you go out, and watching free and wild life is free,

Stuart
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Wild Writing in Wessex - Badgers

The sun is molten on the ridge, then the light leaves the wood and the birdsong quietens. Blackbirds chip and pink their anxiety to roost and pheasants cough nervously. There is a change in the atmosphere and the wood takes on a grainy, cinematic quality. Very close by, disturbed flints rattle quietly over chalk cobbles and the nettles wag: the badgers are out ... Half a striped face appears, then disappears. Then above the nettles ...
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A Year in the life of an environmental consultant

May has been a packed month with increasing success for the North Kent Breeding Wader project. In addition I tackled invasive species on the marshes and had a day of river restoration with my favourite gang of volunteers.

https://naturegirlblogdotcom.wordpress. ... 6/16/3078/
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Wild Places -ptarmigan country

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I have been in some truly wild places recently while studying ptarmigan in the Scottish Highlands. But rather than show the birds, this time i would like to share some of the other good points in studying these birds of the high tops. This blog shows just some of the magnificent scenery I have had the pleasure to experience:

http://stuartrae.blogspot.co.uk/2017/06 ... -stob.html ...
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House martin colony in a sea cave

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I was at the sea cliffs near Aberdeen to watch the seabirds which are busy nesting at the moment. But the highlight of my visit was finding a colony of house martins nesting in a cave - their natural nest site before we built house with eaves for them:

http://stuartrae.blogspot.co.uk/2017/06 ... house.html

So nice to see,

Stuart
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New Conservation Blog

Hi,

I have started a blog based on positive stories around conservation and sustainable projects. Please check it out and subscribe if you like it!
http://feedmyeco.com/

Thanks!

Giles
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The Wildlife Channel

Hi everyone!

I'm Emma!

I love blogging and creating short videos about wildlife so a few years ago I decided to start my own multimedia website.

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I hope you enjoy my blog posts and videos where I will share some of my favourite facts and research on both local wildlife and some further a field!

https://thewildlifechannel.co.uk/
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Catalogue 34

https://catalogue34.tumblr.com is a slow-build catalogue of a year in our lives, taking note of what we’re doing to our fellow earthlings. Tempered and influenced by one human’s experiences, over one year of her life, of her small encounters with some of these earthlings: from goldfinches and long-tailed tits on her feeder, to an urban cat mistaken for a fox and a feather-strewn lawn in the aftermath of a hawk’s pigeon breakfast.
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