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Species of the month – the butterbur

Have you ever wondered about the giant rhubarb-like plants that loom up in huge swathes? The butterbur is our species of the month. The name butterbur allegedly comes from a practice of wrapping butter in the large leaves of the … Continue reading

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Spring signs

The signs that spring is on the way are many and varied. Changing bird behaviour is one obvious indicator, and plants bursting into life is another. Here we take a brief look at things to spot and listen out for. … Continue reading

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