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So many of the landscapes we think of as wild are actually man-made, or fashioned over centuries through humanity’s partnership with animals through farming, hunting and co-existence. What does ‘wild’…
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Across the globe, communities have used medicinal plants for hundreds of years, with everyday practices often wreathed in tradition. While we now know that many therapeutic flora owe their powers…
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Britain’s flora, fauna and other natural treasures are much most diverse that you’d ever imagine. This season, we curate a small selection of our favourite spots – waiting to be…
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There are many who campaign to see zoos around the world close for ever. But who can show us the silent suffering their unwilling occupants endure? The 2015 Wildlife Photojournalist…
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It is mostly with honey that we associate the humming and bumbling little insect, that rests on our ice cream in summers and stings us if we cross lush meadows…
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Serena Brabazon is a woman with a vision. It is a vision to reclaim a part of the Irish landscape that has been destroyed by poor planning regulations and have…
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The Bay of Biscay is a great location for seeing whales and dolphins. Reaching depths of 4000m, the Bay provides habitats for a range of different species. Marine conservation charity…
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Solid, honest, unusual and playful is how woodworker Adam Ashworth describes his furniture. With designs like the Bird table and his latest project creating a fairytale bed, it’s not difficult…
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