Friday, 5 December 2014

This week's blogs: Pine martens, Big Farmland Bird Count launch, Moths

Take a look at what we've been writing about this week:

RSPB delighted to support Big Farmland Bird Count

Guest blog: Richard Winspear of the RSPB discusses the Big Farmland Bird Count.
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Owls soar again after mild winter: Our letter to The Times

As well as being a good year for voles, it has also been a good year for some insects...
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Pine Marten study - our letter to The Herald

Our response to piece about proposed Pine Marten trial in Scotland.
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Seminar on Agroecology and Sustainable Intensification

An invite to a one-day seminar designed to explore the potential for agro-ecological approaches to contribute to the sustainable intensification of agriculture.
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Pine Martens: our letter to Scottish Daily Mail published

Our response to piece about proposed Pine Marten trial in Scotland.
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Pine Martens and Capercaillie

Andrew Gilruth discusses a proposed study involving removal of pine martens and the effects on capercaillie numbers.
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If you can't measure it - you can't manage it

Guy Smith, Vice President of NFU writes a guest blog championing the Big Farmland Bird Count.
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Smartly dressed for long December nights!

Peter Thompson gets his moth trap out.
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