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Cae'r Ddôl is being restored to a wildflower meadow
A group of people in north Wales are transforming a once heavily grazed field into a beautiful wildflower meadow.
Hector's dolphins are endemic to New Zealand
A charity says that Hector's and Māui dolphins are at risk of extinction if the government doesn’t act.
Kelp, Scotland,
A scoping report outlining plans to dredge for the kelp, over a large area of Scotland’s West Coast has been submitted to Marine Scotland. Kelp dredging is currently not allowed in Scotland. 
Bahaman nuthatch, Bird,
When Hurricane Matthew hit the island of Grand Bahama in 2016 the last few Bahama nuthatch were feared extinct. Now, after walking 400km in six weeks two UEA researchers have spotted the elusive bird.
Sitatunga, Camera Trap, Bucknell, Wildlife,
Fauna & Flora International (FFI) and Bucknell University want to harness collective brain power to identify animals in new South Sudan wildlife camera survey.
On oak trees in south Florida a newly discovered interaction between parasitic plants and gall wasps could advance cancer treatments.
Roseate terns on Coquet Island
118 pairs of roseate terns successfully raised chicks on RSPB Coquet Island after introduction of specially designed housing.
Mole crickets have been seen in Britain for the first time in decades
Entomologists celebrate the news of mole crickets in the New Forest, and call for a national recovery plan.
The three birds were taken as chicks from the Scottish Highlands
Conservationists have translocated three golden eagle chicks in a groundbreaking project, despite fears of persecution.
Indigenous leaders summit in Bogotá
Indigenous leaders and elders call for unity to protect the Amazon, and the planet.
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