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Case study: Are herbal leys good for bumblebees?

A new study by Bumblebee Conservation Trust  Introduction Herbal leys (also called multi-species leys) contain a mix of grasses, legumes and herbs, and provide diverse forage for grazing animals. Research...
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Saving the cirl bunting from extinction in the UK

Author: Lynne Roberts A desperate situation The Cirl Bunting is the UK's rarest farmland bird. Having once been widespread in southern England and Wales, the UK population of Cirl Buntings...
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Dairy farm creating a buzz

Authors: Gethin Davies (RSPB), Anna Hobbs (BBCT), Stuart Taylor (farmer, Argoed) Dairying can be a challenging sector for farmers and wildlife. Small margins have driven increasing scale, efficiency and specialisation,...
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Managing hedges for pollinators

Author: Steven Falk It's easy to be dismissive of insects, yet about one-third of all the food we consume has required a pollinator to put it there, and by pollinator,...
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Introducing Fair to Nature – a new partner for Farm Wildlife

When we developed the Farm Wildlife approach, we wanted to make sure that the advice was not only simple to follow, but based on the latest evidence so that it...
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