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Southwest Coast Path by night

Seasonal Update (November 2021)

Climate, conservation and science news round-up, plus new science on crop damage by deer and wildlife roadkill patterns.

Autumnal oak leaves

Seasonal Update (October 2021)

The usual conservation and science news round-up, plus new research on how badger breeding seasons vary with density and data on deer-vehicle collisions.

Fallow deer clashing

Seasonal Update (September 2021)

A look back at August's weather, conservation and science news, plus new research on commercial hedgehog food and balancing squirrel conservation with forestry.

Misty Hampshire River

Seasonal Update (August 2021)

A recap of July's weather, conservation and science news, plus new research on bovine TB and badgers and whether black squirrels are more aggressive than greys.

Sunrise through pilon

Seasonal Update (July 2021)

June's weather roundup, science & conservation news, plus new research on Red squirrels on the Isle of Wight and Roe deer tick burdens.

Cornish countryside mist

Seasonal Update (June 2021)

A review of an unseasonably cold and wet May, plus science and conservation news and new science looking at swift migration and orangutan social learning.

European robin fledgling

Seasonal Update (May 2021)

All the usual weather, science and conservation news plus new research on the impact of robotic mowers on hedgehogs and how foxes influence soil quality.

Tree blossom

Seasonal Update (April 2021)

A round up of March's weather, the usual science and conservation news and new research looking at Tawny owl colour morphs and Brown hare predator avoidance.

Spring sunshine

Seasonal Update (March 2021)

February's weather review plus the usual science news. This month covers new research on using dogs to find hedgehogs and distracting deer from plantations.

Flooded lakes

Seasonal Update (February 2021)

January's weather round-up as we head to the end of winter. The usual conservation news plus new research on beavers bringing value and boldness in foxes.