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Getting a dog

If you’re thinking about getting a pet, you’re probably going to. And you probably should, as it will be one of the best experiences of your life. But it’s not always as easy as seeing a stranded pupp...

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Comments | Posted in Dogs & Cats By Jessica Brody (guest post)

Arctic tern in flight

Scientific name: Sterna paradisaea

Britain: April-October.

Status: Summer Visitor-Breeding.

Description Male: Length around 34cm. Wingspan around 70cm. The male arctic tern has white lower parts, light g...

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Comments | Posted in Wild Birds By Neil Martin

Elephant Hawk Moth Larvae

09/04/2018 11:51

Hawk moth

I remember the very first time I saw an elephant hawk moth larva. It was in a woodland clearing under some Rosebay willowherb and I was totally amazed by it. I had never seen anything like it before a...

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Comments | Posted in Wildlife By LJ Nature (Guest Blogger)

Latest on Garden Watch

01/03/2018 16:02

Garden watch

Garden Watch is a personal project of mine. Although I love to travel abroad in search of amazing birds and wildlife, sometimes there’s just no place like home.I have a couple of cameras set up which ...

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Comments | Posted in Wildlife By Dan Rouse (Guest Blogger)

A Walk Along The River Yar

05/02/2018 13:29

River Yar 

Walking alongside the river we kept our eyes peeled for any wildlife we could spot. After ten minutes of searching we had only seen two joggers pass us by!! “Where were all the birds?” Then as we hea...

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Comments | Posted in Days Out By Guest Blogger JM

The Common Frog

08/01/2018 14:53

Frog and toad habitat

The Common Frog is a very familiar site throughout Britain. They are often found, in or near bodies of water that are suitable for breeding. They start becoming active from January onwards, the males ...

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Comments | Posted in Wildlife By Neil Martin

Grey Squirrels

 

Love ‘em or hate ‘em these animals are very common all over the UK. They were first introduced from North America during the late 19th century. These crazy characters spend most of their time in the ...

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Comments | Posted in Wildlife By Neil Martin

Great Tits - Choice of Food

11/12/2017 13:00

Great tits what to feed

Great tits are widely spread across the UK. They can be found in a variety of habitats such as woodland, parklands, gardens and hedgerows, where you may often hear their calls. For many gardens, they ...

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Comments | Posted in Wild Birds By Neil Martin

No Grow Mix

Our SPC Select No Grow & No Mess Mix is one of our most popular wild bird seed mixes. It appeals to a wide variety of birds and is great for encouraging them into visiting your garden. Half the mix is...

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Comments | Posted in Products By Neil Martin

Robins are widespread across the UK and are one of the easiest birds to identify. They can be found year-round in various habitats, such as woodlands, parkland, gardens and urban areas. They prefer pl...

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Comments | Posted in Wild Birds By Neil Martin

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