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How to Make Your School Grounds Pollinator Friendly

This guest article has been written by Emma Homan who is an Educational Copywriter for Pentagon Play

 

Have you ever thought about setting up a biodiversity project in your school?

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Have You Seen the Loch Ness Monster

I have. No, not the long-necked, hump-backed star of so many grainy black and white photographs. I’m talking about a small predatory flatworm that lives deep in the waters of the loch.

The flatworm, Phagocata woodworthi, is native to North America and is thought to have been transported to Loch Ness on the unwashed equipment of monster hunters in the late 1970s. It’s now present in the Loch in large numbers where it preys upon other invertebrates and out-competes our native flatworm species.

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Flies not fairways

Anyone who has visited Coul Links will know how magical a place it is. Golden sands, rolling dunes, wildflowers and wetlands alive with wildlife. This site is one of the last remaining undisturbed dune systems in Scotland.

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Post-Brexit measures to combat invasive non-native species

In shutting the door on Europe, let us not open it wide to damaging non-native species.

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Let's continue the fight against invasive species

In shutting the door on Europe, let us not open it wide to damaging non-native species.

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The last flight of the bees

This guest blog is provided by Chris Rawlings an Environmental Science graduate who runs a small marketing and design agency based in St Ives, Cambridgeshire.

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