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Footage of urban otters proves that the once threatened creature is making a return to the City

Wednesday 3rd August 2016

Video footage, captured by local wildlife photographer Jack Perks, has finally proved what wildlife conservationists have long believed – that otters, so long absent from our county, are back on the River Trent and its tributaries close to Nottingham.

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Let’s build a better future for wildlife

Wednesday 3rd August 2016

It is time to focus on the future of our natural world for the benefit of people and wildlife. To concentrate on what a healthy natural environment can do for us and what we must do for it.

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Creatures of a different kind discovered at Attenborough Nature Reserve

Wednesday 13th July 2016

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust’s much loved Attenborough Nature Reserve has been discovered as a home to a new kind of creature. The Nature Centre at the reserve (pictured) has been inundated with visitors looking for Pokemon!

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The Bees Needs

Tuesday 12th July 2016

Bees have needs, as do other pollinators, and it’s vital we provide for them – they do after all play an important part in pollinating our crops.

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TV Naturalist Nick Baker joins Nottinghamshire school’s journey of woodland discovery

Friday 8th July 2016

Bug Boy Baker joined Everton Primary School at the Idle Valley Nature Reserve for a woodland workshop thanks to players of People’s Postcode Lottery.

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