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Angela and Alby Patterson's award-winning wildlife garden

Angela and Alby Patterson's award-winning wildlife garden | Rewilding our days | Scoop.it
More than 90 species of wildlife, from wolf spiders to wood mice live in Angela and Alby Patterson's award-winning garden. The couple enjoy encouraging their fellow creatures to share the garden...
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Live Wild And Free At London Wildlife Art Exhibitions - Londonist

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Live Wild And Free At London Wildlife Art Exhibitions
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The great wildlife art exhibitions that are coming to London over the coming months

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Naturally Speaking: Wildlife watching beats virtually reality talons down

Naturally Speaking: Wildlife watching beats virtually reality talons down | Rewilding our days | Scoop.it
It’s become a spring ritual for my wife, Sue, and me to visit some local wetlands to see the yellow-headed blackbirds when they return. These striking birds are among the largest of the blackbird clan. The males sport bright-yellow heads and show a white patch on their wings when in flight. Their song is something like a rusty barn door hinge, but sometimes it’s the only clue the birds are present. They can be hard to see when they perch in thick cattail or bull rush vegetation over the water. We visited Colo Bog, a state-managed prairie and wetland complex east of Colo, on May 5 and were rewarded with a couple of yellow-head sightings.
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BBC - Springwatch returns on 26th May 2014

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Springwatch returns on 26th May 2014
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This year, the three weeks series will have a new home, RSPB Minsmere, on the Suffolk coast, with its 5600 species. Can't wait!

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The Chicken Dance Trail

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Great website that helps us birding and a great example of what can be done to make wildlife viewing easier. Maps, calendars and species in Nebraska.

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"There are 250 species of birds in Nebraska. We're in a major fly way, not just for Sandhill cranes, but many other migratory birds," said web co-developer Nancy Herhahn. "And we just want people to know that. Just look in their backyard or get out to the state parks or city parks or county parks and look around."

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