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rown hares are under threat in the UK due to habitat loss from large scale farmi
Non-native biomass crops, when planted on a small scale, provide a refuge for Britain’s declining brown hare population, which has lost much of its habitat to large scale farming.  
A group surveying wildlife at Delph Pond
The UK Awards for Biological Recording and Information Sharing is now open for entries! 
Swans engaging in a spat
A WWT study suggests we should change our opinion of ‘aggressive’ swans. 
BWPA WildPix – 12–18 Years winner, by Rebecca Bunce
Final call for entries! The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2017 is open for entries from both amateur and pro nature photographers. But there’s not long left to enter your image for the chance to win!
The inaugural winner of Pop Idol will feature on a BBC Radio Four programme celebrating International Dawn Chorus Day.
David Attenborough speaking at a World Land Trust event
The renowned broadcaster opposed plans to build a road bridge in a Borneon wildlife sanctuary. 
Gammarus fossarum has been discovered in the UK using eDNA
A previously undetected decapod has been discovered using DNA techniques. 
The reindeer will be filmed for a week
A Norwegian broadcaster is livestreaming the 150-160 kilometre reindeer migration.
Researchers working in Borneo have found a new population of a secretive wild cat. 
A brown-backed form of the wall lizard
Citizen scientists are being called upon to report their sightings of wall lizards.
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