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Butterflies Released At Clandon Wood Surrey Hills Natural Burial Reserve

Beautiful painted lady butterflies, Vanessa cardui, have been released at Clandon Wood Surrey Hills Natural Burial Reserve as a memorial to a loving husband and father. Twelve-year-old Freya released the…

Otters? Surrey Wildlife Trust Gets The Picture That Confirms They Are Back

Dani Maimone reports on the first photographic evidence that otters have returned to our county. Otters have returned to Surrey. This exciting news is confirmed by the Surrey Wildlife Trust…

Letter: Oh What Larks!

From Bernard Parke Hon Alderman The morning was bright and sunny and most welcomed after the cold north wind of yesterday. It was really  quite pleasant to walk on the…

Why Are Squirrels Going Nuts?

Squirrels seem to be frenetic in their activity to prepare for the coming winter. Do they know something we don’t? Some believe it is a sign of a harsh winter…

Squirrels Looking For a Home

It is hard not to be charmed by these little chaps, photographed a few days ago on St Catherine’s Footpath, off the Portsmouth Road, by Don Hunt, who kindly sent…

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