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Wildlife

Rare birds to spot at Poole Harbour

Monday, January 16, 2017

Paul Morton, founder of the Birds of Poole Harbour, reveals the thousands of rare feathered residents you can see in this remarkably urban environment

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From grey seals to golden eagles, weasels to water voles Moors Valley Country Park celebrates the best of British wildlife in a remarkable photographic exhibition

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Want to try something different this year? Sally Welbourn of Dorset Wildlife Trust reveals some exciting courses and workshops for you to experience right in the heart of the glorious Dorset countryside at Kingcombe

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Sally Welbourn from Dorset Wildlife Trust looks back on the county’s wildlife stories of 2016

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Sally Welbourn, from Dorset Wildlife Trust, looks at the local wildlife who snooze their way through winter in order to survive

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Dorset has provided a safe haven for our closest relatives for nearly 30 years. Jeremy Miles went to Monkey World to discover the important role this countryside sanctuary has in protecting primates

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Stags, spiders and spoonbills, Morwenna Alldis from the RSPB South West, reveals the star turns you can admire at RSPB Arne nature reserve this autumn

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To celebrate nature’s most colourful season Forestry Commission England has created a ‘Colour me Happy’ trail to help you discover the sights, smells, sounds and tastes of autumn, along with lots of fun activities for families this half-term.

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The hedges at Dorset Wildlife Trust’s Kingcombe reserve are living boundaries, wildlife corridors, feeding stations and a fascinating document of the past, says Hester Lacey

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Scuba diver Will Appleyard, author of Dorset Dives, takes us on a magical journey beneath the waves along one of his favourite pieces of coastline

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The seahorses of Dorset need our help

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Hiding in the eelgrass meadows of Studland Bay and lurking in rocky areas of Poole Harbour are delicate sea monsters that need our help, says Sally Welbourn

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