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Duke’s Wood Project

Wednesday 21st August 2013

Amongst the deciduous woodland, spectacular ground flora and industrial archaeology, an innovative project, curated by Nottingham based Ordinary Culture, is set to spark new interest into the already fascinating site of Duke’s Wood.

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Little egrets breeding success

Wednesday 31st July 2013

Earlier this summer a total of 16 little egret chicks were spotted in nests at our Besthorpe Reserve which is just beside the River Trent near Collingham, Newark.

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Study reveals reserve’s secret past

Tuesday 9th July 2013

A recent archaeological study of our Girton Grasslands Nature Reserve, near Girton, has revealed that it was in fact created as a ingenious solution to a common problem.

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The worm that’s actually a lizard

Tuesday 12th March 2013

Special feature on slow worms: one of Nottinghamshire’s wildlife wonders…

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Mad as a March hare

Friday 1st March 2013

Sunshine often brings out the best in people – especially when the cold, dark days of winter are banished in the spring. It’s enough to put a smile on your face, but not many of us act with the vigour of a Mad March hare.

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