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A baby flies the nest

There will be no rest for me today as one precious blue tit leaves home.
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SE London wildlife blog

Hi, I'm Joe and I run a wildlife blog based (mostly) on my local patch in Greenwich/Lewisham in SE London. I've neglected it for a while as I've had lots going on but I will post new stuff soon and I'm joining Local Patch Reporters to push myself to post more frequently! I'm looking forward to reading people's blog posts and I hope you'll enjoy mine :) ...
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Spring ptarmigan

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I have been in the Scottish Highlands for the past two weeks, and amongst various tasks, I have been surveying ptarmigan. Spring is one of the better times to see them when they are paired up, and the males are active guarding their hens and territories. The sexes have moulted into their own appropriate spring plumages, with wonderful camouflage for each. For more: ...
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Down by the River - a wildlife story

Hello! My name is Sylvie and for the last 4 years I have spent my days off at the river Otter in Devon. It all started when a friend of mine told me about the first wild beavers there. As a keen naturalist and wildlife photographer I just had to go and visit the river. With the first view of the beavers it was done and I got addicted to them and the whole wildlife ...
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New blog name!

I've been told using 'snakes' in my blog name might be putting people off - although it was never about snakes.... anyway Snakes and Sunsets has been renamed to The Nest :)

Updated today with a few posts and photographs from the spring and our 30 Days Wild commitment! :D
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A Swoop & A Scurry - UK Wildlife Blog

Hello, I'm Anastasia, born and raised in East Sussex, near Alfriston. I've grown up surrounded by nature. From the moment I started walking, I began following my interest in wildlife, collecting bugs to watching birds, taking pictures of flowers to recording every nature documentary I could. However, now that I'm older and taking a degree in English BA, I've decided that wildlife journalism is where I'll be able to not just enjoy my job, but ...
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Katie's British Wildlife Blog

My name is Katie and this year I'm turning 30. To celebrate I'm spending 2017 ticking off items on my bucket list, including visiting amazing wild places and seeing fasinating new species. Below I've posted the first wildlife adventure I had this year where I was lucky enough to enjoy the beauty of a starling murmuration. Hope you like reading about it as much as I enjoyed watching it ... ...
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The swifts have returned

a party of swifts flew over my house this lunchtime and summer returned to Britain.
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A Yellow Life

A morning's walk across farmland on the Isle of Sheppey makes me realise how lucky I am to work in conservation.
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My Best Day

I recently read a short magazine article within which the author described her "best day” during which she had come across some uncommon sea-birds in Cornwall, and it set me thinking of the occasion that my daughter and I had some very extra-ordinary encounters with British wild life.
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