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Humans Have Destroyed Half the World's Trees

More than 15 billion trees are cut down each year: Report

Academics led by Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies say they have prepared the first spatially continuous map of forest tree density at a global scale, which reveals there are approximately 3.04 trillion trees worldwide. 40 more words

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Green Hay

One of our main aims at the SNCV is the conservation and improvement of sites of wildlife value throughout the borough. On Thursday, the team headed over to  705 more words


Its coming to an end

Over the past few weeks I’ve picked up several more paid jobs. With September closing in, everyone is booking last minute surveys before the season finishes. 210 more words


Fly Tipping

A couple of blogs back I was reporting on the rare observation of the brown hairstreak Thecla betula and chalk hill blue Polyommatus corido at our sites… 699 more words


on Pigeons

Now this is a strange way to manifest a post on pigeons but it links to my daily goings on and therefore relatable to my ongoing research (kind of). 610 more words



On Saturday, I took part in another wildlife training day at the Ecology Centre, with Dave (Sutton councils Biodiversity Officer) at the helm. This time, we were exploring the lives of dragonflies, or Anisoptera (warriorflies) and Zygoptera (damselflies) as I now like to refer to them. 715 more words