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Solar eclipse 2018: When is the next solar eclipse? Where can you see the next eclipse fro

Solar eclipse 2018: When is the next solar eclipse? Where can you see the next eclipse fro

11 hours ago   |   Daily Express

SOLAR eclipses are some of the most breaking spectacles of nature but also some of the rarest known to scientists. So when is the next solar eclipse and where can you see it from?
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Whistler and Nature, Compton Verney, review: a handsome display with a strangely unfitting title

Whistler and Nature, Compton Verney, review: a handsome display with a strangely unfitting title

22 hours ago   |   The Telegraph


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Trails of the unexpected hawthorn moth larvae

Trails of the unexpected hawthorn moth larvae

1 day ago   |   Milton Keynes Natural History Society

In Britain these insects usually have one brood a year, but this year saw a second generation of the leaf-mining larvae's foliage trails. A result of climate change?
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Buglife ditches project

Buglife ditches project

1 day ago   |   Milton Keynes Natural History Society

Emperor Dragonfly by Peter Hassett, Pitstone Quarry. 28 May 2017 Ditches provide a home to a wide variety of freshwater invertebrates and plants; however the conservation...
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First negotiations since release of zero draft of instrument on transnational corporations and human rights sees record attendance

1 day ago   |   Friends of the Earth International


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Plum Brûlée Upside Cake + Making Baking More Nutritious Without Weirdness

1 day ago   |   Kellie's Food to Glow

Note: Due to a “plug-in” issue this is being reposted from earlier this autumn. Apologies if you have already read it. 🙂 Mother Nature has picked my plums for me. And apples...
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15 Gaelic facts you didn't know

1 day ago   |   Press and Journal

Scottish Natural Heritage is marked this week's Royal National Mòd with a celebration of the links between the Gaelic language, heritage and nature. The poetic Gaelic name of...
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Chef's Table: Graeme Pallister of 63 Tay Street

1 day ago   |   The Courier

When it comes to the heroes of the food world there are few mightier than the humble egg. For me, the egg is a wonderful gift from Mother Nature - the perfect size for a quick...
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British bees on Flickr

British bees on Flickr

2 days ago   |   Milton Keynes Natural History Society

Tree Bumblebee by Harry Appleyard, Tattenhoe 24 February 2017 Steven Falk has produced an identification resource for British bees Welcome to the BRITISH BEES ON FLICKR site...
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New material could up efficiency of concentrated solar power

New material could up efficiency of concentrated solar power

2 days ago   |   Ars Technica

Enlarge With the price of photovoltaics having plunged dramatically, solar is likely to become a major contributor to the electrical generating mix in many countries. But the...
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Solar eclipse 2018: When is the next solar eclipse? Where can you see the...

Solar eclipse 2018: When is the next solar eclipse? Where can you see the next eclipse fro

SOLAR eclipses are some of the most breaking spectacles of nature but also some of the rarest known to scientists. So when is the next solar eclipse and where can you see it from? Read more ...

Whistler and Nature, Compton Verney, review: a handsome display with a...

Whistler and Nature, Compton Verney, review: a handsome display with a strangely unfitting title

Read more ...

Buglife ditches project

Buglife ditches project

Emperor Dragonfly by Peter Hassett, Pitstone Quarry. 28 May 2017 Ditches provide a home to a wide variety of freshwater invertebrates and plants; however the conservation... Read more ...

Trails of the unexpected hawthorn moth larvae

Trails of the unexpected hawthorn moth larvae

In Britain these insects usually have one brood a year, but this year saw a second generation of the leaf-mining larvae's foliage trails. A result of climate change? Read more ...

First negotiations since release of zero draft of instrument on...

Read more ...

Plum Brûlée Upside Cake + Making Baking More Nutritious Without Weirdness

Note: Due to a “plug-in” issue this is being reposted from earlier this autumn. Apologies if you have already read it. 🙂 Mother Nature has picked my plums for me. And apples... Read more ...

15 Gaelic facts you didn't know

Scottish Natural Heritage is marked this week's Royal National Mòd with a celebration of the links between the Gaelic language, heritage and nature. The poetic Gaelic name of... Read more ...

Chef's Table: Graeme Pallister of 63 Tay Street

When it comes to the heroes of the food world there are few mightier than the humble egg. For me, the egg is a wonderful gift from Mother Nature - the perfect size for a quick... Read more ...