Wildlife

Paul Hobson recalls the trials, tribulations and delights of some unexpected garden visitors

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While many businesses closed in March, for those with animals, shutting up shop entirely was not an option

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Self-isolation naturally limits the opportunties open to a wildlife photographer - but look hard enough, and there’s plenty out there.

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One of nature’s true survivers, dragonflies and damselflies will again adorn our landscapes this summer - and they are well worth seeking out.

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The small pocket of Derbyshire countryside that is helping our wildlife flourish.

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Andrew Griffiths confesses that catching fish is only a small part of why he loves fly fishing.

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Paul Hobson makes a call to arms to help restore that glorious, evocative, countryside, spring sight and sound – the flight and cry of the Peewit

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Paul Hobson visits Hoe Grange Quarry – Derbyshire’s only butterfly reserve

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Derbyshire Wildlife Trust is enlisting the help of some rather special wetland management experts!

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Animals are always a source of joy so we have gathered some zoos and wildlife parks across the country (and beyond) that are livestreaming animal enclosures

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ThereWithYou

Paul Hobson tells the heartening account of the survival and return to our shores of a bird whose beautiful plumage once resulted in its downfall.

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Ponds encourage many exciting new visitors to your garden and are a great way to take a peek at even more species! Nick Brown, Derbyshire Wildlife Trust’s Wildlife Enquiries Officer, tells us more about his own pond and how to build your own.

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