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British Wildlife depletion

  Comma Butterfly The United Kingdom has a rich and diverse ecosystem, with a vast array of wildlife inhabiting its forests, rivers, moorlands, and coastlines. However, over the past few decades, British wildlife depletion has become a growing concern, as many species are declining at an alarming rate. One of the primary causes of wildlife

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Bird (Avian) Flu forces the closure of the Farne Islands to visitors in 2023

A group of islands that make up one of the UK’s most important bird sanctuaries are to remain closed after new cases of avian flu were detected. The disease devastated the seabird population of the Farne Islands, off the coast of Northumberland, last year and National Trust rangers expect thousands more deaths this year. The discovery

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Life during Covid lockdown

Wildlife photography during the 2020 Covid lockdown As a passionate wildlife photographer, the highlight of 2020 for me was to be a trip to Botswana to take pictures of the amazing African wildlife. Covid-19 put paid to that and the lockdown further restricted the possibility of anything other than local photographs. I did toy with

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