7 top wildlife blogs to follow

A lot can be learnt from great nature bloggers. Take inspiration from these 7 wildlife blogs when writing your own online nature journal. 

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1. Brigit Strawbridge @B_Strawbridge

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Blog: Brigit Strawbridge

Bees, sustainable living and conservation, for example tackling ‘overtidiness’.

2. Phil Gates @SeymourDaily

Blog: Cabinet of Curiosities

British wildlife, particularly invertebrates, plants and macro photography.

3. Ed Yong @edyong209

Blog: Not Exactly Rocket Science

Wide variety of science news and views.

4. Richard Fox @RichardFoxBC

Blog: Butterfly Conservation blog

Butterflies and moths – the latest sightings and conservation news.

5. grrl SCIENTIST @grrlscientist

Blog: Guardian science blogs

Scientific news and views, especially ornithological.

6. Rob McBride @thetreehunter

Blog: Tree Hunter Rob

Campaigns for greater protection for Britain’s ancient and veteran trees.

7. David Steele @SteelySeabirder

Blog: Isle of May

Wildlife on his patch – he is warden on the Isle of May (and was formerly based on the Farne Islands).

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