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  • An Easter flower

    Thursday 17th April, 2014

    Pasqueflower at Therfield Heath

    Pasqueflowers emerging at Therfield Heath usually means Easter has arrived

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  • New Chief Executive for Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust

    Monday 14th April, 2014

    The Trust welcomes Lesley Davies as its new Chief Executive. Lesley took up her post on Monday 7 April.

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  • Affinity Water's business plan is good news for Hertfordshire's chalk rivers

    Friday 11th April, 2014

    River Mimram on a spring day by Tim Hill

    Ofwat gives the go ahead to Affinity Water’s business plan meaning that water abstraction will be reduced over next five years

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  • New evidence of vanishing grasslands

    Thursday 3rd April, 2014

    Hertfordshire grassland

    A dramatic nationwide decline in our remaining wildlife-rich grasslands has been highlighted by The Wildlife Trusts today. Reports collated across the country tell a story of devastating losses

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  • Funding boost for Tewin Orchard

    Monday 31st March, 2014

    Tewin Orchard

    A grant from the John Spedan Lewis Foundation is helping to protect a traditional orchard and its wildlife in Tewin Village.

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  • Panshanger Park opening announced

    Thursday 27th March, 2014

    The eastern half of Panshanger Park opens to the public on Monday 31 March

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  • All you need to know about frogspawn

    Friday 21st March, 2014

    Common frog

    Have you spotted any in your pond yet?

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  • The signs of spring

    Friday 14th March, 2014


    Share your sightings with us and discover spring on our nature reserves

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  • MPs back motion to drop badger cull

    Friday 14th March, 2014


    Now is the time for government to drop badger culling from its plans and prioritise a strategic vaccination programme

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  • Leading countryside groups join forces to challenge fracking rules

    Thursday 13th March, 2014

    Winter sunset at Stockers Lake

    Poorly regulated fracking risks harming threatened species and polluting our waterways, according to a report produced by the UK’s leading wildlife and countryside groups.

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