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Want to grow a meadow?

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No (well not much) sting in this tale!

Did you know that a small patch of nettles can provide food for more than 40 species of insects such as butterflies, moths and ladybirds and attract a huge variety of wildlife to your garden?  Ideally the patch should be … Continue reading

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Sun 17th July – Walk on the Wild Side at Kenfig National Nature Reserve

Walk on the Wild Side at Kenfig 10am   A chance to join expert naturalist and botanist Jeff Curtis for a two mile nature walk looking at plants, birds and insects on the dunes.  Bring binoculars if you have them. Great … Continue reading

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The Bridgend ‘Species of the Day’ today is the Dipper

Dipper, originally uploaded by birdtracker. Our ‘species of the day’ series is a month long feature throughout June 2011 that celebrates biodiversity in the County Borough of Bridgend, South Wales. It’s part of Wales Biodiversity Week that promotes biodiversity and … Continue reading

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The Bridgend ‘Species of the Day’ today is the Badger

badger on the prowl, originally uploaded by sure2talk. Our ‘species of the day’ series is a month long feature throughout June 2011 that celebrates biodiversity in the County Borough of Bridgend, South Wales. It’s part of Wales Biodiversity Week that … Continue reading

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