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As beautiful as a butterfly...

There is a national butterfly census underway across the country – its the Big Butterfly Count and anyone can join in.

The North York Moors are home to a number of butterfly species – some rare (like the Pearl Bordered fritillary), some more common (like the Peacock butterfly) – but all are dependent on habitat conditions for survival. 70 more words

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(Art) Calling Down the Moon by Sudie Rakusin

Artist’s Note: The natural flow in my Feminist practice and Spiritual belief was to become an ardent and dedicated spokeswoman for animals and the environment. I am a vegan. 132 more words

Goddesses

Enjoying a Winter Trail Ride Experience

Watching the kangaroos feeding adjacent the O’Keefe Rail Trail was not the only sights to be seen for Friends of the Bendigo-Kilmore Rail Trail members participated in their ‘Winter Trail Ride’ from Bendigo to Heathcote and return. 376 more words

Activities

Road Trip – Dieppe and a Rough Channel Crossing

This was probably just one of the best nights sleep of my whole life and I woke fresh and raring to go and because we had caught up so much time then we weren’t nearly in so much of a rush this morning. 859 more words

History

Calyx, panicle, auricle and glabrous

Roy McGhie – Conservation Project Assistant

As my role in the Conservation Department develops I am getting more involved in woodland planting/creation, and woodland habitats. To this end, I recently attended a… 1,220 more words

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