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Soaking up the garden sounds of autumn 

Soaking up the garden sounds of autumn 

1 day ago   |   Milton Keynes Natural History Society

Although I'm mad-keen about wildlife-friendly gardening, I also have an unbridled passion for birdsong, which at last found its chance to shine when a compilation-track of my...
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New Nature Magazine September / October 2019 published

New Nature Magazine September / October 2019 published

4 days ago   |   Milton Keynes Natural History Society

New Nature magazine Issue 27 New Nature is the only natural history magazine written, edited and produced entirely by young people: by young ecologists, conservationists...
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Finnish Wolves: Milestone ruling for EU wildlife protection

4 days ago   |   Client Earth

Today Europe's top court has upheld the strict protection that EU law offers to wolves and other species, making it clear there are some serious questions about the reasoning...
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World Mental Health Day: 8 easy ways to improve your mental health with nature

World Mental Health Day: 8 easy ways to improve your mental health with nature

4 days ago   |   Metro

Lush Experts have been saying for years that spending time in and around nature is good for our mental health , and that doesn't appear to be changing any time soon. A new...
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World Mental Health Day: ‘Nature prescriptions' can improve people's mental health

World Mental Health Day: ‘Nature prescriptions' can improve people's mental health

5 days ago   |   Metro   |   3 articles

We need to spend more time in nature Getting out in nature really does help to improve mental wellbeing, according to a new report published on World Mental Health...
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Highland artist to debut latest works of art in upcoming book launch

Highland artist to debut latest works of art in upcoming book launch

5 days ago   |   Press and Journal

A Highland artist has overcome her battle with illness to make her debut as a local book illustrator. Self-employed artist and designer Marjory Tait grew up in the hills above...
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How ClientEarth identifies what to work on

6 days ago   |   Client Earth

Environmental challenges are often global and highly complex. Their impacts are equally wide-ranging. Humanity has a series of choices to make that will lead to a welcoming...
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Regulated wildlife trade in Macau doubles in a decade

Regulated wildlife trade in Macau doubles in a decade

7 days ago   |   Milton Keynes Natural History Society

A new report has revealed that imports into this hub of wildlife trade have risen alarmingly.
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How to watch Serengeti - what's it about and who's the narrator?

How to watch Serengeti - what's it about and who's the narrator?

7 days ago   |   Radio Times

This BBC nature documentary examines the lives of animals in the Serengeti, in northern Tanzania. The area plays host to 70 large mammal species, including lions, hyenas and...
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UK's rarest amphibian given a head start

8 days ago   |   Milton Keynes Natural History Society

The UK's rarest amphibian is taking a huge leap forward thanks to scientists behind a pioneering breeding programme. The pool frog became extinct in the UK in the 1990s but it...
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Birdcrime 2018

Birdcrime 2018

Birds of prey should be free to soar, enriching our lives as well as our ecosystems. But sadly, despite being protected by law, many of these birds are being illegally killed... Read more ...

Birdsong shows how we need to be more in tune with nature - Erica Mason

Birdsong shows how we need to be more in tune with nature - Erica Mason

Last month, an article in the journal Science reported that nearly 3 billion birds have gone extinct in less than 50 years in the US and Canada. There are a few things that are... Read more ...

Researchers find just two plague strains wiped out 30%-60% of Europe

Researchers find just two plague strains wiped out 30%-60% of Europe

Enlarge / Remains of human plague victims in a mass grave in Toulouse, France, dating back to the Black Death period. (credit: Archeodunum SAS, Gourvennec Michaël ) The Black... Read more ...

FBI officials were 'rattled' and 'blindsided' by Trump's call for Ukraine to...

FBI officials were 'rattled' and 'blindsided' by Trump's call for Ukraine to manufacture dirt on Joe Biden

FBI officials were "rattled" and "blindsided" by President Donald Trump's calls for Ukraine to manufacture dirt on former Vice President Joe Biden and his son ahead of the 2020... Read more ...

Britney Spears raves about connecting with 'Mother Nature' as she shares...

Britney Spears raves about connecting with 'Mother Nature' as she shares snap of Maui trip

The 37-year-old shared a shot of herself sitting in a tree while at the beach to encourage her 22.8 million followers on Monday. Read more ...

Nature is captured in all its beauty in stunning new animal pictures

Nature is captured in all its beauty in stunning new animal pictures

These breathtaking photos spanning across every corner of the globe portray the unique and intimate relationship between the human race and the animal world. Read more ...

On Chicago's South Side, A community rises again

On Chicago's South Side, A community rises again

It's late afternoon and the rush hour commuter trains streak North and South through a battered stretch of Chicago's South Side. Passengers gazing out the window do double... Read more ...

25 Books That Teach Kids To Care About The Environment

25 Books That Teach Kids To Care About The Environment

As climate-related disasters continue to make headlines, parents today are understandably concerned with raising kids who care about the environment. There are many ways to... Read more ...

Soaking up the garden sounds of autumn 

Soaking up the garden sounds of autumn 

Although I'm mad-keen about wildlife-friendly gardening, I also have an unbridled passion for birdsong, which at last found its chance to shine when a compilation-track of my... Read more ...

8 More Stories About People Battling Their Own Clones

8 More Stories About People Battling Their Own Clones

Facing off against your clone is the classic nature vs. nurture tale, seeing the people we'd become under different circumstances. Read more ...