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It must be Autumn.  Soft golden light, misty mornings and heavy dew glistening on the grass. Despite the unseasonal warm day, summer is fading fast. The countryside is preparing for winter.  Birds burying acorns, mammals stuffing themselves silly. Books tell us that the last broods of birds should have flown...

Nothing lasts forever, and that's undoubtedly true of bird feeders. After all, they are out in some of the most atrocious...

Our new Hedgehog Food has been carefully formulated to provide the perfect nutritional balance. Although we are best known for...

Much of the conservation measures aimed at supporting bird populations are of course on a relatively grand scale – and...

Our wheat harvest had a good yield with quantities on average with the last five years.

The term ‘citizen science' covers a wide range of subjects, from identifying diseased trees to monitoring the activities of bats...

The wheat harvest started much earlier this year, the first time since 1976

With news this week of a hose pipe ban coming into force in NW England, potential bans elsewhere, and with...

The weather is the most talked about subject at the moment

Each of us has our own reasons for being interested in nature, and birds in particular. For some people the...

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