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Why Cheap Bird Food Isn’t Really a Good Deal

Why Cheap Bird Food Isn’t Really a Good Deal

I’ve not spent a lot of time outside this winter sadly, but I keep a connection with nature by making sure to spend some time watching the birds each day even if I don’t go anywhere. The past couple of months I’ve been pretty ill with the aftermath of a flu bug, and...
The Plastic Tide

The Plastic Tide

Whether you read my recent blog post, Plastic Pollution Problem, or not, the chances are you already know what a devastating effect plastic is having on our planet. There are trillions of plastic particles in our oceans, with an estimated additional 8 million tonnes...
Plastic Pollution Problem

Plastic Pollution Problem

The sea is full of plastic. Trillions of minute particles that permeate every ocean on our planet. I’m certain that most of you know what a huge problem this is, and I’m pretty sure that we all realise that we could each be doing more to help tackle it....
National Marine Week 2017

National Marine Week 2017

I adore being near the ocean, but that’s hardly surprising as I’ve spent my life living in the south-west of England… We’re literally surrounded by water! If I go too far inland I feel uneasy, and most Cornish people I’ve met will say the...
Simple Ways You Can Help Wildlife in a Heatwave

Simple Ways You Can Help Wildlife in a Heatwave

With temperatures as hot as it is today in Cornwall, it’s important to keep the wildlife in mind. If you’re wilting in the sun so is everything else! Whilst we cool down by sweating, many animals don’t have any sweat glands and need to find other...
GE17 – What Your Vote Means for The Environment

GE17 – What Your Vote Means for The Environment

With the UK’s snap election less than a week a way, it is important that we not only vote with ourselves in mind but also consider how wildlife and the environment will be affected by the result. We need to be clear on the environmental impacts of each...

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