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Cameras at the ready for ever-popular nature image contest

British Trust for Ornithology representatives appeal for nest-site information

The recent Suffolk Mammal Conference was told of efforts to find sustainable solutions to problems caused by rising deer populations

Blaxhall Common enhanced as a home for silver-studded blue butterflies

Suffolk Mammal Conference told of county comeback for masked mustelid

Suffolk Mammal Conference hears otter behaviour poses questions at famous RSPB reserve

British Trust for Ornithology survey reveals regional success story

Suffolk Ornithologists’ Group honours Scole teeneager

Ipswich event explores challenges faced by wildlife

Nick Collinson, the National Trust’s new general manager for east Suffolk, looked out from high up on the cliff-top at the charity’s breathtakingly beautiful swathe of purple perfection that is Dunwich Heath, and then turned his gaze down to sea level to scan the shimmering shingle beach that for only some of the time keeps the hungry, scouring waves at bay below.

Police are investigating the shooting of at least one common buzzard - a legally protected bird of prey - that was found dead in a Suffolk wood.

Wildlife trusts on frontline of action of save UK’s water voles.

Great Wakering photographer captures classic cuckoo image

The National Trust’s Dunwich Heath is the base for hi-tech marine research.

Canine conflicts resolved on Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s Carlton Marshes

Hand-reared black-tailed godwits fly from East Anglia to Portugal

At Blue House Farm, near Maldon, conservation rings out for iconic brent geese.

Award-winning Stanford Arms to host Broads appeal fundraiser

Urban hedgehog hotspots such as Suffolk’s county town are becoming increasingly important refuges for the popular prickly animals as rural populations continue to decline, a new report reveals today.

Suffolk AONB hosts a Defra Marine Pioneer Project.

The Thetford-based British Trust for Ornithology detects a sign of summer coming out of Africa.

The University of Suffolk and Suffolk County Council have combined to form a regional centre of excellence in the field of sustainable development and green economic growth.

Life cycle of the ‘butter-fly’

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

For many naturalists, their first sighting of a brimstone butterfly is a sure and welcome sign that spring is on its way.

Butterfly Conservation branch giving out free buckthorn plants to encourage popular species

A town has become the first west Suffolk community to gain accreditation to a national walking scheme.

Ipswich is to host a major conference that will study the many challenges facing the UK’s mammals.

Natural England launches consultation on increasing Suffolk protected landscape area.

An Ipswich area environment project has lost cash support from one of its key partners.

Suffolk Wildlife Trust is seeking the services of a special volunteer – one who isn’t afraid of the dark.

Fingringhoe Wick’s famous nightingales may be thousands of miles away in Africa, but the Essex nature reserve rings to sensational sounds even in the depths of winter.

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