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GB Non-native Species Secretariat offering free online courses

If you’re interested in non-native species and their impact on the environment, and you’d like to learn more, this is the thing for you. One of the very few parts of environmental work that the government has not cut back on recently is the focus on non-native invasive species. In fact, the establishment of the […]

 
     


If you only watch one crab eat a bowl of noodles…

This is the one to watch.

 
     

The human being and the fish: can they coexist?

Guest blog post from Rowan Adams Naturenet visitors are almost like George W. Bush. We know that the human being and the fish can co-exist peacefully. But we also know that the way we live now – the way we manage our land, especially the way we grow our food, and the way we generate […]

 
     


Twirl-a-squirrel

Of little interest to The Ranger, safe on his Island fastness with no grey squirrels (and plenty of red ones), this American invention will no doubt be much in demand when it is introduced in the UK. The manufacturer’s website claims: Hilariously funny! Amazingly effective! Squirrel’s weight on feeder activates a motor which gently twirls […]

     

Isle of Wight Natural Area profile: what it is and why you should read it

The government’s advisor on the natural environment, Natural England, has just published the long-awaited Natural Character Area profile for the Isle of Wight.Sounds dull? It isn’t. NCA profiles are being compiled for the whole of England, and each one is an in-depth analysis of the landscape, wildlife and human activity within one of England’s 159 […]

     


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