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On June 10th between about 10.10 a.m. and 12.20 p.m. a partial eclipse of the Sun will be visible from UK, weather permitting. When I say ‘visible’, I mean it may be seen provided suitable precautions are taken to protect your eyes. Even a brief glance directly at the sun can cause permanent damage to your eyes, so should not be attempted under any circumstances.
Sounds like a match between two American football teams doesn’t it? But no, only one was American. It was a real life battle played out between Wildwood’s resident wild crows and a non-native grey squirrel that strayed too close to their nest.
Whether the owner of a tiny balcony or a huge garden space, everyone can connect with nature and wildlife through simple steps to create a wilder environment in their patch.
The last of our conservation spotlights sharing the exciting and crucial work undertaken by Wildwood’s dedicated superheroes in the Conservation Team.
Over the coming weeks we’ll be sharing the exciting and crucial work undertaken by Wildwood’s dedicated superheroes in the Conservation Team.