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Mr Brooks and The Bally Barn Owls

Mr Brooks, a farmer in his eighties, has waited many years for barn owls to come to the box he installed on his land. Now the wait is over and I, for one, am delighted.
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The Wildlife Diaries

I would like to introduce my blog – The Wildlife Diaries -

It is dedicated to wildlife watching trips around the world.

When not travelling, I explore wildlife hotspots around my local patch in Sydney. I write about the interesting sightings of wildlife and recommend the best spots to see some of my favourite species.
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Wildlife Gardens- Encourage Wild Bees

WILD BEES such as bumblebees and solitary bees are facing rapid decline.  Although it's good to know that some very simple steps can encourage wild bees to thrive in your garden.

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South Devon Country Diary (2)

Hi everyone,

Slight password problems means I had to start a new thread. I have been blogging along with my 30 Days Wild activities, take a look at my posts on ecological surveying, bat calls, and wildflowers as well as what is wild in Devon and some travel wildlife from Italy :)

Happy blogging!

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Spoonbill in North Kent

Have fallen in love with these tropical looking spoonbill who are enjoying the ideal conditions created for them by farmers in North Kent.
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A Day in the life of an environmental consultant May 2018

This month I discussed the Agricultural Bill with Baroness Sue Miller and found out that my work in North Kent has seen pairs of lapwing increase. The highlight of the month was finding two beautiful spoonbill on one of the farms I work on.

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A foggy dawn

I am very lucky to be doing dawn bird surveys on the North Kent Marshes but when it's 6am and the hire truck is stuck in mud on the marsh then my bed seems very appealing.

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In search of a wild eagle owl in Yorkshire

Hidden in the hills and dales of Yorkshire lives a mighty eagle owl. These hefty birds are back here in the north of England after an absence that stretches back 1,000s of years. There is some debate as to whether eagle owls can be classified as native to Britain. There are fossil records that date back 700,000 years, but these stop at about 10,000 years ago and no one is sure whether these latest owls, ...
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A happy day on Handa.

The settled may weather makes a good time to visit islands off the west coast of Scotland and Handa did not displease. A great little island that can be seen on a day trip, with easy access and walking: ... handa.html

island days

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