Nature

Do gamebird releases lead to increases in generalist predators?

Do gamebird releases lead to increases in generalist predators?

3 hours ago   |   Milton Keynes Natural History Society

Every year, 40-50 million non-native gamebirds (ring-necked pheasant Phasianus colchius and red-legged partridge Alectoris rufa ) are released in the UK, equivalent to around...
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Restoration of Thames Estuary begins to conserve native oysters

Restoration of Thames Estuary begins to conserve native oysters

3 hours ago   |   Milton Keynes Natural History Society

A conservation partnership is underway to create a Mother Oyster Sanctuary in Essex which will help restore the native British oyster.
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One of the biggest climate threats is the most familiar: rain

4 hours ago   |   Grist

At least it wasn't another Katrina . That's the silver lining many people seemed to cling to in the wake of Hurricane Barry (quickly downgraded to Tropical Storm Barry), which...
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Are progressives working on a climate plan for 2021? You bet

4 hours ago   |   Grist

We've heard the 2020 Democratic candidates talk about how bad Donald Trump is for the environment: He's dismantling climate regulations left and right, yada yada yada. We KNOW...
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Scientists: Let's just spray trillions of tons of snow on Antarctica?

4 hours ago   |   Grist

Human-made snow isn't just good for allowing mediocre skiing conditions to continue well into May. It could save coastal cities around the world, like Hong Kong and New York...
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Trump's EPA just gave a controversial pesticide the green light

4 hours ago   |   Grist

When the pesticide DDT was finally banned in 1972 , chlorpyrifos took its place. But one environmental win gave way to another public health problem: Studies showed that the...
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The UK Butterfly Monitoring Scheme

4 hours ago   |   Milton Keynes Natural History Society

The Big Butterfly Count starts on 19 July 2019. This article in JNCC's Nature News describes interesting feature on work & history of the UK Butterfly Monitoring Schem
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Building the Police Case for Cloud Computing and Management

11 hours ago   |   Computer Business Review

The police are seemingly well on the way to cracking the case when it comes to cloud adoption - with findings from a Freedom of Information request conducted by SoftwareONE...
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Species on the move

11 hours ago   |   British Ecological Society

A total of 55 animal species in the UK have been displaced from their natural ranges or enabled to arrive for the first time on UK shores because of climate change over the...
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Here are the most hilarious impressions of the Love Island 2019 stars

Here are the most hilarious impressions of the Love Island 2019 stars

14 hours ago   |   Radio Times

Love Island : it's the show that offers viewers the chance to see true love blossom, life-time friendships form and a window into the very nature of human connection. Just...
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Love Island's Curtis Pritchard and Maura Higgins totally did bits on the day...

Love Island's Curtis Pritchard and Maura Higgins totally did bits on the day beds and viewers were stunned

Maura and Curtis did bits with socks on on the day bed Love Island 's Curtis Pritchard and Maura Higgins have left viewers convinced they had sex on the day beds after a randy... Read more ...

Restoration of Thames Estuary begins to conserve native oysters

Restoration of Thames Estuary begins to conserve native oysters

A conservation partnership is underway to create a Mother Oyster Sanctuary in Essex which will help restore the native British oyster. Read more ...

Do gamebird releases lead to increases in generalist predators?

Do gamebird releases lead to increases in generalist predators?

Every year, 40-50 million non-native gamebirds (ring-necked pheasant Phasianus colchius and red-legged partridge Alectoris rufa ) are released in the UK, equivalent to around... Read more ...

Here are the most hilarious impressions of the Love Island 2019 stars

Here are the most hilarious impressions of the Love Island 2019 stars

Love Island : it's the show that offers viewers the chance to see true love blossom, life-time friendships form and a window into the very nature of human connection. Just... Read more ...

Spine-chilling nature pics prove Australia really does have the scariest...

Spine-chilling nature pics prove Australia really does have the scariest animals on the planet

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Don't kill flying ants they are incredibly important, expert warns

Don't kill flying ants they are incredibly important, expert warns

Billions of flying ants have started swarming across the UK and people are already blasting them as ‘annoying pests'. While they might be a nuisance for a short time, the... Read more ...

Dine at the top of London's gherkin this weekend

Dine at the top of London's gherkin this weekend

Where to eat The Glasshouse pop up at the Gherkin The Glasshouse at the Gherkin will bring a summer botanical experience to the top of one of London's iconic skyscrapers, from... Read more ...

Trip Report - Flitwick Moor 25 June 2019

Trip Report - Flitwick Moor 25 June 2019

Flitwick Moor is an SSSI managed by the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, and Northamptonshire Wildlife Trust. It is a former mire in the valley of the River Flit which rises in... Read more ...

RSPB Giving nature a home July 2019

RSPB Giving nature a home July 2019

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June was hottest ever recorded on Earth

June was hottest ever recorded on Earth

Last month was the hottest June ever recorded, the EU ‘s satellite agency has announced. Data provided by the Copernicus Climate Change Service , implemented by the European... Read more ...