The Great British Bee Count is underway again between now and the end of June. It is easy to download the free app from Friends of the Earth… 106 more words
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Sarah, our Wildlife Site Surveyor for the Habitat Biodiversity Audit, shares her new passion – moths!
I love the variety of them, their colours, fluffy faces and feathery antennae as well as the most incredible fanciful names. 349 more words
Coltsfoot: the flowers, shaped like chimney sweep’s brushes, come out from February onwards, often on waste sites, opening in daylight and closing at night. The stems are scaly and the heads droop once fertilised, before fluffy heads of parachuted seeds develop and are wind-distributed. 61 more words