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Heat Wave and Birds
https://ww2.rspb.org.uk/community/wildlife/f/13609/t/82953.aspx Unless you have been living under a rock for the past month you will be abundantly aware of the heat-wave Britain is currently experiencing. Normally I am writing about long winters or prolonge...
Heat Wave and Birds
Heat Wave and Birds
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The Humble Sparrow
The Humble Sparrow
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The Humble Sparrow
Now a declining species in many parts of the UK Warwick is blessed with a decent sized population of the once ubiquitous House Sparrow ( Passer domesticus ). Many disregard this common bird as drab and boring but I find them charismatic and fascinating. The...
The Humble Sparrow
The Humble Sparrow
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Cull Campaign Update
Cull Campaign update
Cull Campaign update
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Cull Campaign update
This week two more letters returned from government bodies I have contacted regarding the Badger cull. I will post these responses below so you can make your own mind up about the responses. I have also removed the and address lines as well as any reference...
Cull Campaign update
Cull Campaign update
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An opinion piece
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Global Warming – Are we missing the point?
Global Warming – Are we missing the point? As a conservationist for nearly 30 years, the issue of global warming despite its topicality has often faded into the background. When I was growing up in the 80’s and 90’s whilst global warming was a looming threa...
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Britain's Mammals 2018: The Mammal Society's Guide to their Population and the Conservation Status - A review
It was with a mixture of excitement and trepidation that I opened my latest book purchase, ‘Britain’s Mammals 2018: The Mammal Society’s Guide to their Population and Conservation Status. This latest publication by the well-established organisation was publ...
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