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Rainy Day Visitors

Today’s Vernal Equinox is another sign that winter is loosening its grip on life in our gardens and countryside and for many is the official start of Spring. However, the recent flurry of low-pressure systems unleashing seemingly unending sessions of rain and drizzle, adding to the hundreds of gallons of water that have soaked the ground, suggest that the old season is not relinquishing its hold without a struggle. Although this wet weather has disappointingly ...
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An Bollenessor

Hello all,

if you are interested in marine life in Cornwall, you might want to check out my blog:

Best Wishes, An Bollenessor (Cornish for "the Rock Pool Hunter")
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Wild Writing in Wessex - The Dewpond on the Height

"Only the Dewpond on the Height, unfed, that never fails." The romance, mystery and making of a dewpond on the highest hill in Southern England; and its restoration, 341 years after its name changed to Murderers' Pool ...
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Tails of Staffordshire Blog

I have been writing my wildlife blog for a few years now. It tells of wildlife in my home county of Staffordshire and also of wildlife further afield in the UK. I have a passion for wildlife watching and am developing an interest in wild plants and foraging too.

I write my blog as and when things happen and spend all my free time exploring the outdoors. So, if you want to know where the ...
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A Host of Golden Daffodils

My target for a short wander on a mild spring day was Coed y Bwl, an ancient woodland Wildlife Trust nature reserve not far from St Bride’s Major in the Vale of Glamorgan. Although only a short walk, many signs that spring had arrived were evident throughout. ... -daffodils
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I'd love to share my nature bubble with you so I've joined the blogging world! From birds and badgers to bugs and butterflies (and lots of moths), I aim to take a lighthearted look my local patch (and a bit beyond too). Check me out at Bubble HQ based deep in a forest on the moors in North Yorkshire. I look forward to seeing you there at
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Small but Mighty - Rachael H Funnell wildlife blog

Want to be that annoying guy at the party who won’t stop barraging everyone with excessive facts on niche topics? Read my blog!

It’s full of mental facts about minuscule creatures you never even realised you needed to be afraid of. So read on, learn lots and develop an unshakeable sense of unease every time you’re in the great outdoors.

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All about nature

This is my first post and I am new to blogging. Will post more along the line.Today is a dull, horrid day in cork, although it is good to see plants such as Lesser Celandine and Dandelions flowering. Spring is here!
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Learn about Nature

Nature-vision is all about sharing knowledge to people that are as passionate as me about nature. It is important to show that every part of life has its place and is needed for the natural equilibrium (yes even mosquitoes I know...).
But we also need you, we want passionate nature lovers as members where we can exchange more and give some nice rewards to the one that are really interested. We offer extra news, exclusive ...
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Isaac's Birds of Oxford

Baffling squirrels and signs of spring:

My latest post is about how I have managed to baffle squirrels and prevent them from reaching the birdfeeders, with a very clever tool.
Also included, is how signs of spring in the pond have started to appear.

Please follow this link to find out more:
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