Category: Dorset Wildlife & Animals

The nightingale sang… on vanishing scrub

says wildlife writer Jane Adams They are part of our natural heritage. We hear recordings of their melodic songs on the radio and social media....

Skylarks of Fontmell Down

Boasting vibrant displays of chalk downland flowers and butterflies, an abundance of birds and mammals and stunning views over the Blackmore Vale, it is...

Beyond fetch; Lucy Nolan’s training the dog owners | BV Podcast

One in three of us yearns to throw in the day job and set up on our own. In this month's Letter from the...

Join the Birdwatch: is your garden bird-friendly?

Employ My Ability offers vocational training for students with learning disabilities and special educational needs and disabilities.One of their students, Maddie Walters, spent her...

The littlest fox

The commonly found tawny mining bee doesn’t sting, isn’t aggressive, and in a world of wildlife doom is a tiny success story, says wildlife...

A pungent predicament

Polecats have quietly been making a secretive but fragrant return, says wildlife writer Jane Adams – but there are hybrid hurdles to overcome Who hasn’t...

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Clayesmore head likens Labour’s policy to 1980s pit closures in open letter

In a powerful open letter, Jo Thomson, the head of Clayesmore School, has challenged Sir Keir Starmer's new tax policy for independent schools, likening...

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