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Why are leaves different sizes?
Blog post By Nick Atkinson, 29 September 2017, Wildlife & nature
Scientists are unfurling the secrets behind variation in leaves.
What are the effects of global warming in the UK?
Blog post By Nick Atkinson, 18 April 2017, Wildlife & nature, Threats
Climate change is and will continue to affect the UK’s wildlife, but trees can play a vital role in helping both mitigate and adapt.
What do deer eat? What are antlers made of? And more deer facts
Blog post By Nick Atkinson, 17 January 2017, Wildlife & nature
Deer are integral to the UK’s woodland ecosystems. They are among our largest herbivores and always a special sight to see, but populations have been increasing rapidly and some woodlands are struggling to regenerate.
Endangered animals in the UK and how you can help them
Blog post By Nick Atkinson, 12 December 2016, Wildlife & nature
Extinctions of the past can and should be undone – big fierce animals might be off limits but there’s plenty more to go at.
Our forgotten wildlife haunt
Blog post By Nick Atkinson, 30 October 2014, Threats
Our hedgerow network tells a rich story of the UK’s rural past.
The key to survival, ash dieback
Blog post By Nick Atkinson, 24 October 2014, Threats
Life is the delicate balance between survival and reproduction. The key to survival may just be ash dieback.
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