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Archive for May 2018

Why Litter Pick?

Nature Reserve Manager Jonathan Dent tells us why we should care more about what happens to rubbish washing away down the river.  Have you ever noticed the litter that is piling up in your local river or stream? Perhaps not: the following week, it has often disappeared. It’s more than likely that, rather than being […]

Posted 30 May 2018 | Categories: Inspiration, Opinion Piece | Tags: boundaries, ecoactive, flooding, litter, litter pick, nature, north sea, plastic ocean, water table, wildlife, york becks

Spotlight on: Bumblebees in spring

Nothing quite confirms the arrival of spring like the first bumblebee sighting of the year as they emerge from hibernation. The low hum of their wings as they zoom past is always a comforting sign that nature is buzzing back to life after those quiet winter months. Wind back 6 months or so to the […]

Posted 17 May 2018 | Categories: Spotlight on... | Tags: Bumblebee, flowers, Meadow Keepers, pollinators, spring