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It is nothing short of delightful to see New Nature Magazine going from strength to strength following its conception in late 2016. It’s exquisite design and fabulous content testament to the young volunteers who dedicate their time, freely, to amplifying the voices of the next generation. It is with great pleasure that I can announce […]
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A week past, I had the pleasure of spending a full day in the uplands of Northumberland. A thoroughly enjoyable affair marked by the energetic courtship flights of returning waders, the go-back, go-back calls of innumerable Red Grouse and even the sight of a black cock or two. It was a joyous day, truth be […]
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Doñana Delights Tour – Inglorious Bustards Boasting a truly remarkable mosaic of habitats, ranging from Stone Pine woodland and open grassland to sprawling marshlands, the Coto Doñana makes for some of the most diverse birdwatching in Europe. In the Coto del Rey area, visitors have the chance to encounter the mighty Spanish Imperial Eagle, as […]
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According to WWF, deforestation accounts for 15% of all greenhouse gas emissions. This staggering figure highlights the need to protect our natural resources in order to act against the negative impacts of climate change. One way new projects are working to conserve natural resources and wildlife is through the use of space enabled technologies. From […]
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Within the past week scientists have observed one of the worlds rarest sharks alive and well off the Welsh coast. Prior to these observations, it was believed that the Canary Islands were the last remaining stronghold of angelsharks globally, yet recent evidence suggests that they have a secret refuge in Welsh waters. So what exactly […]
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I’ve been making a conscious effort, since January 1st, to notice nature in the grey bleakness of the city in winter. One morning last week, buttoned up against the irrepressible sleet and the bitter cold, I was walking fast through an industrial park in South London, having deposited my car at the mechanic. Following my […]
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If you are designing your garden to create a really bird-friendly landscape then there are a number of factors to take into account. The aim is to recreate the natural landscape where the birds live, as far as possible, so they feel at home in your habitat. Try heading out to a park or natural […]
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The latest edition of New Nature magazine is now live and can be downloaded and enjoyed (for free) here. It has been exactly two years since we published the first issue of New Nature. In that time, we have brought you nature writing, art, photography and myriad environmental stories from those at the heart of […]
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The recent announcement that Natural England will be revoking licenses for rescue organisations to take in and care for particular animals, including grey squirrels, has ruffled more than just a few feathers. The Invasive Alien Species Order 2019, which aims to supplement efforts to safeguard native species and ecosystems from the damaging impact of non-natives, […]
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I am incredibly excited to announce that Common By Nature has made it through to the final round of the UK Blog Awards 2019! Thanks to both the public vote, and that of the judges, I now find myself in the running in not one, but two categories: Green and Eco and the new and arguably […]
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