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Watery Wildlife near Risby

Risby may have a few ponds and a mere, but it lacks its own river or stream; fortunately, the River Lark and the Culford Stream are only...

Hedgehogs and the Nature Crisis

This year our Wildlife Group are trying to help Hedgehogs along with other animals and plants. But why should we do this? And how does...

What is Habitat Connectivity?

Habitat connectivity is the degree to which different habitats are connected to each other. This is important for wildlife because it...

How to make your Garden Bumblebee Friendly

Bumblebees play an important role in pollinating plants, and they are crucial for the growth and maintenance of many plant species....

Create your own Garden Nature Reserve (GNR)

Wildlife Article - February 2023 Lackford Lakes, Minsmere, and Knettishall Heath are well-known large nature reserves in Suffolk that...

Wildlife to see in December – Robins

Ever pondered the significance of red robins during the Christmas season? The little bird’s image is on Christmas cards, wrapping paper,...

Wildlife to see this November - Tree Seeds

Have you noticed lots of acorns, conkers & nuts this autumn? This year our trees have produced a bumper crop year of tree seeds & you can...

Helping Injured Animals - October 2022

This year several of the Wildlife Group have found injured animals and we would like to share the advice we have with you. Animals we’ve...

Wildlife to see in June - House Martins

Sweet & eager noises with chatty bursts of chirping? Why it has to be the House Martin! Their plumage is a contrast of black and white,...

Wildlife to see in May 2022

Spring is the season when everything in the natural world seems to be waking up and coming back to life and May, as the final month of...

Wildlife to see in March - Daisy

‘Now have I thereto this condicioun That of alle the flowered of the mede, Than love I most these flowers whyte and rede Swiche as men...

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