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Evie Miller
Teenage Nature Lover
Teenage Nature Lover
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Bee-eaters!
Add caption So, I finally visited the Bee-eaters in East Leake! When I first heard about the Bee-eaters that were spotted fairly close to where I live, I was filled with excitement and couldn't wait to see them. However due to being so busy (mostly with sch...

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Red Kite Feeding Station
On Tuesday, I went to Aberystwyth University for a taster day. On the taster day we visited Bwlch Nant yr Arian Forest Visitor Centre where there is a Red Kite feeding station. We headed over in the pouring rain at around 2pm to the beautiful site until eve...

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Cornwall
On Saturday my dad, mum and I drove to Exeter University (Penryn campus) in Falmouth for an open day. We took this opportunity to take a coastal walk the day after, before our long journey home. We stopped off at Crantock Bay and took the 3 mile coastal wal...

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Early Spring
Last Saturday morning, my family and I took a long awaited trip to our local nature reserve: Willington Gravel Pits. I haven't been out much due to lots of school work but with it being an extremely sunny morning I couldn't resist.  I took this opportunity ...

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Coombe Valley, Cornwall
My dads photo On the 13th of February, my family and I headed down to Cornwall for our holiday. We were going to be staying in a cottage in Coombe Valley until Friday. We went on many a walks, which gave us the opportunity to see lots of wildlife and specta...

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Big Schools' Birdwatch
On Wednesday the 8th of February I organised our school to take part in the RSPB's Big Schools' Birdwatch. We soon received our free id poster and I before we knew it we were outside counting the birds! We decided the best place to do this was in our newly ...

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Willington Gravel Pits..again!
Willington Gravel Pits is our local birding reserve, therefore its is our most visited site and a good job too, because I love it! There are 4 fantastic platforms and one of which has a magnificent hide (which you have to be a member of Derbyshire Wildlife ...

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Our Trip To Spurn
Last year I took part in the 'Young Birder of the Year' competition at the Spurn MigFest, one prize I won was a free stay in the new Spurn bird Observatory. Last weekend I decided to use my free stay with my family and spend our time birding. Since we live ...

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Willington Gravel Pits
The
other day I went birding at Willington Gravel Pits with my family and
Simon Roddis (a great birder we have met through Twitter). Willington is
my local nature reserve and it is always a favourite place to go birding
in my opinion. We were also keen ...

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Spurn
On September the 4th, my Mum and I headed to Spurn for The Migration Festival (MigFest). I was a competitor in the Young Birder of the Year Competition, along with Findlay Wilde and Ellis Lucas. I was feeling very nervous but I was also excited about what t...
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