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  1. And the First Tree in the Greenwood

    And the First Tree in the Greenwood

    Holly is a beautiful, vivid, native evergreen that has flourished in the UK's woodlands for centuries. An important winter food for wildlife, it is often found in historic gardens, native woodland and ancient deer parks.
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  2. The Coal Tit

    The Coal Tit

    The coal tit is a frequent visitor to gardens across the UK and can often be spotted feasting at bird-feeders, not only in winter, but all year round. In conservation terms, the species is classified as being of "least concern", as there are an estimated 760,000 coal tits across Britain.
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  3. Winter Garden: A Treasure Trove of Wildlife

    Winter Garden: A Treasure Trove of Wildlife

    Seeing the treasure trove of wildlife in your own winter garden is a treat - in fact, it's one of the bright spots of the season. Apart from the many different species of birds wintering in the UK, you're also likely to spot animals, including hedgehogs and squirrels.
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  4. Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head

    Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head

    One of the most popular songs of the 20th century has just celebrated its 50th anniversary. It's ironic to think that when Raindrops Keep Falling on my Head was written for the 1969 movie, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, the 20th Century Fox studio hated it!
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  5. Birds: The Winter Garden

    Birds: The Winter Garden

    Winter seems to arrive out of nowhere, with the weather changing almost overnight from late autumnal sunshine to crisp, cold mornings and freezing nights...
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  6. Where to find Bats in the UK

    Where to find Bats in the UK

    There are 18 species of bat in Great Britain, making up almost a quarter of our nation's mammal species...
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  7. Black Cats: The Hocus Pocus

    Black Cats: The Hocus Pocus

    The link between black cats and Halloween goes back thousands of years to the times of the ancient Druids, although the reason they are considered bad luck is a bit of a mystery...
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  8. I am a Mole and I Live in a Hole

    I am a Mole and I Live in a Hole

    Did you know, there are an estimated 35-40 million moles alive and well in the UK? Yet you will seldom see this tiny creature, as they're the only animal that lives solely underground...
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