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Bumblebees and wax moth

By Kate Bradbury in Wildlife
Wax moth is a native, natural predator of the bumblebee, but it's one of its biggest enemies (apart from the human, of course) Continue reading...
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Urban foxes

By Richard Jones in Wildlife
I say, I say, I say, my fox has no tail. Your fox has no tail? How does it ... erm ... well, you get the idea. Continue reading...
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Ladybirds

By Kate Bradbury in Wildlife
17 June 2011 at 15:32
After last week's excitement about the ladybird party on the BBC allotment, I was delighted to learn that the UK Ladybird Survey had a stand at this year's Gardeners' World Live. Continue reading...
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Stag beetles

By Richard Jones in Wildlife
I think it's going to be a good year for stag beetles in East Dulwich [...] I found the chap, pictured left, buzzing about as I was bringing in the washing off of the line. Continue reading...
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Dragonflies

By Richard Jones in Wildlife
The doorbell went on Sunday afternoon and on the doorstep was a friend wearing some unusual ornamentation on his jumper - a living broach. Continue reading...
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Moving bumblebee nests

By Kate Bradbury in Wildlife
I have bumblebees nesting in my garden. They didn't choose to live there, I introduced them. Or rather, I rescued them. Continue reading...
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Wasps

By Richard Jones in Wildlife
I'm rather hoping that 2011 will be a good year for wasps. Unfortunately, my definition of a good year is sometimes at odds with other people's. Continue reading...
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The insects have gone berserk

By Richard Jones in Wildlife
For anyone who thought the cold winter might have been a bit harsh for wildlife, I hope the recent heatwave has been an eye-opener. I've certainly never seen so much insect life in April before. Continue reading...
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Breeding newts

By Richard Jones in Wildlife
One of our cats sat motionless on the edge of the pond today, head drooped down almost touching the water as if he were asleep. But the occasional tic gave him away... Continue reading...
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Garden habitats for frogs

By Kate Bradbury in Wildlife
I seem to have created the perfect habitat for my frogs. It's not a large garden, marsh or meadow, but a tatty grow bag from last year, screened by willow edging and topped with dead foliage. Continue reading...
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