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A collection of interesting biodiversity news from October (01/10/17)


More acidic oceans 'will affect all sea life'                                      


Youngsters go Wild About Norfolk                                        

Core! Sun shines as Gressenhall Apple Day combines taste of autumn with the weather of summer

Shocking blue: spotting kingfishers with the Essex Wildlife Trust

Bird deaths: Pheasants 'most likely species' to die on UK roads    

‘Wildlife selfies’ aren’t cute. They encourage cruelty and animal suffering

How tourism can safeguard African wildlife

Tasmanian shy albatross embrace artificial nests in bid to boost population

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A collection of interesting biodiversity news from September (05/09/17)



Northern lights linked to North sea whale strandings                      

UK coast haven for 200,000 seabirds becomes marine special protected area


Breckland roost at Cavenham Heath is a rare chance to see the secretive stone-curlew with RSPB and Natural England                                                                

Conservation charity to run free events celebrating Norfolk’s natural wildlife

Suffolk farmer delighted after scooping FWAG Silver Lapwing award

World's first as endangered Bermudian Skink hatch at Chester Zoo

Out for the count: an evening vigil with bat conservationists

The night heron: at home on the Somerset Levels

Plucky duck: highest-flying fowl's Himalayan exploits revealed

Colombia faces challenge to build peace without sacrificing its famed biodiversity

Greater gliders: fears of 'catastrophic' consequences from logging in Victoria

Panda's habitat 'shrinking and becoming more fragmented'          

Let bee-friendly bulbs transform your spring

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