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  1. Dandelions: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

    Dandelions: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

    © Brian A Jackson / Shutterstock.com Dandelions are among the most familiar plants in the world. The species is so well known that just about everyone can identify it at a glance. It's possibly the most successful plant in existence...
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  2. Summertime: Ella Fitzgerald

    Summertime: Ella Fitzgerald

    American singer Ella Fitzgerald is often referred to as the "First Lady of Song". The legendary vocalist, known for her exceptional jazz and blues singing, had a purity of tone and impeccable phrasing that were seldom heard. She was the...
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  3. Are Crickets the Noisiest Insect?

    Are Crickets the Noisiest Insect?

    © Somyot Mali-ngam / Shutterstock.com Many insects make noises, especially during the summer months. Strip away the summer sounds of lawnmowers, children playing, dogs barking and traffic, and you'll soon realise just how noisy insects can be. All the buzzing...
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  4. The Nightjar

    The Nightjar

    © fotoparus / Adobe Stock The nightjar is one of our more unusual species of birds. As its name implies, it's nocturnal, so you'll never see one swooping down to your bird table for a morning snack. On the contrary...
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  5. The Damselfly

    The Damselfly

    © deaddogdodge / Adobe Stock The heatwave has been ideal for bringing out all sorts of wildlife in the UK, including some fascinating and strangely beautiful insects. One such creature is the damselfly, a member of the Odonata family of...
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  6. Garden Birds: Safer Feeding Tips

    Garden Birds: Safer Feeding Tips

    © HartOfTheSouth / Shutterstock.com An activity that's continually growing in popularity in the UK; around 50% of all households now feed the birds, according to a survey by the British Trust for Ornithology. As a nation, we spend at least...
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  7. The Cornish Coastline: A Floral Extravaganza

    The Cornish Coastline: A Floral Extravaganza

    © Andy333 / Shutterstock.com The beautiful Cornish coast is covered by a lush carpet of colourful wildflowers from May to October, with June and July being particularly spectacular when Cornwall is in full bloom. Nestling on the southwest coastline of...
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  8. Swanning Around!

    Swanning Around!

    © kraichgaufoto / Adobe Stock As one of nature's most elegant and graceful creatures, the swan is a welcome sight in Britain's parks and lakes. At the latest count, there were around 55,850 swans in the UK, according to statistics...
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