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I went out this last weekend to check up on my home counties bats that are currently hibernating away in their various cosy crevices, cracks and wholes. Our survey took us everywhere from underground unused animal dens, old Victorian structures to swampy caves! The species that we found were; Barbastelle, Natterer’s, Daubenton’s and the Brown long-eared bat. Here is a few pictures [...]
Two weeks living and working in the impressive Abu Dhabi at the world largest science festival………… Before I give you an insight into the festival and my average day dodging the sun in between the sky-scraping hotels and enthusing science in the youth of the UAE I’ll set the scene: Locations; The first location was [...]
The world’s ecosystems provide us with unique services that humans cannot recreate such as pollination (1). The burgeoning human populations worldwide placing these ecosystem services under immense strain has resulted in their need for constant maintenance and conservation to ensure they continue to exist. Their value and importance has resulted in them being viewed as [...]
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