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Solving a problem like Himalayan Balsam

Solving a problem like Himalayan Balsam

Particularly found near waterways, Himalayan Balsam is an invasive species that was introduced to the UK in the mid-19th Century as an ornamental. However, its invasive instincts quickly took hold and it gradually established itself across the UK.
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Ducks take the tube…

Ducks take the tube…

With mallard numbers in the UK declining and a flyway population showing a similar trend, wildfowlers across the country are using a simple but effective idea to improve the ducks’ breeding success.
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Data – not winging it

Data – not winging it

Gathering accurate data on UK quarry species is paramount as it allows us to monitor and manage individual species.
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Saving water voles

Saving water voles

Once one of the UK’s most common rodents, water vole numbers have plummeted over the last 60 years from around 8 million to just 750,000.
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Let’s learn moor

Let’s learn moor

More than 1,400 school children will took part in a BASC led project across Yorkshire, Lancashire, the Peak District and the northern Pennines.
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Osprey project

Osprey project

The South-lakes birds have had a good year having returned from Africa late March, they were quick to settle onto their nest sites, these birds are generally site faithful this helps with looking after them.
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