Insect News: Devon, Orache Moth trapped overnight in Dartmouth
10 reports returned.
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Devon Birdwatching & Preservation Society
Devon Wildlife Trust
Natural England has announced that England's first 'wild' colony of breeding Eurasian Beavers will be allowed to remain on the River Otter in Devon. read on
Dunlin numbers have increased on Dartmoor in response to conservationists' efforts to restore the moor's famous bogs. read on
Rat eradication programmes — both home and abroad — are showing positive results for nesting birds. read on
The first in a region-by-region series from A Rocha on birding by public transport. read on
RSPB offers £1000 reward for information leading to a conviction. read on
Rarity finders American Purple Gallinule, Devon
Just another mystery bird phone-call to the RSPB turned into something a lot more interesting. log in
Neil Hulme discovers more about Britain's most threatened butterfly in the search for a perfect picture. read on
Days to Remember A bunting in the garden
Many of us peer hopefully into our gardens on a daily basis hoping for something unusual. Devon birder Paul Boulden got a massive shock when he peered out through his curtains last May. log in
Days to Remember Devon, 28th May 1990
Phil Palmer recalls an amazing chance encounter off the North Devon coast log in
Ross's Gull Delights Observers in the Southwest
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