Nature Notes Archive

Nature Notes July 2022

Summer is associated in many people’s minds with butterflies, those beautiful insects that flutter lazily around the garden and the surrounding countryside. Some of the...

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Nature Notes June 2022

One of our readers, Rose Barlow from Huncote, sent in the above picture of Mute Swans on the pond at Croft Hill Nature Trail. Rose...

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Nature Notes May 2022

Ash trees are amongst the commonest of our woodland trees, but this may not be the case for much longer. Ash dieback is a fungal...

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Nature Notes April 2022

The warmer weather is starting to bring out the bees – not so much the common honey bees kept in the beekeeper’s hives, but our...

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Nature Notes March 2022

Following on from letters and photographs that were sent in for publication earlier this year, we have received more communications about albino Grey Squirrels in...

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