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Wildlife

As winter strikes, what strategies have our wildlife developed to help them survive these harsher months

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With winter on the horizon, trees glow with colour, migratory birds arrive and house spiders set off in search of a mate

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Derbyshire Wildlife Trust’s vision is of landscapes rich in wildlife, valued by everyone. They will achieve this 
by pursuing their mission of creating Living Landscapes. Here Julia Gow, the White Peak Reserve Officer at Derbyshire Wildlife Trust tells us about the reserve above the River Wye

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Paul Hobson reveals some of the fascinating wildlife there is to be found in this month of transition

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Derbyshire Wildlife Trust works across six Living Landscapes with 46 nature reserves to ensure there is wildlife and wild places for everyone. Reserve officer Sam Willis tells us about one of his favourite places – Ladybower Wood Nature Reserve

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Young mammals in search of new territory, burying beetles and subtly-marked moths are just a few of the creatures to look out for this month

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Derbyshire Wildlife Trust is working across six Living Landscapes, with 46 nature reserves, to ensure there is wildlife and wild places for everyone. Reserve Officer Julia Gow tells us about this reserve near Middleton by Wirksworth

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It’s a great month for observing weird and wonderful insects and enjoying the county’s spectacular heather moorlands

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Mark Cocker is one of Britain’s foremost writers on nature and a passionate advocate for biodiversity and was recently appointed as an ambassador for Friends of the Peak District.

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