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SWSEIC10/05/2021 at 12:11pm


Did you know no. of setts and entrances don't correlate with badger numbers? Sett size depends on:

*Age of sett

*Type of sett (main setts may have more entrances than satellite setts but this is not always...

SWSEIC10/05/2021 at 11:12am

This week's #RecordOfTheWeek is a Green Hairstreak photographed on Great Cumbrae by Eddie Williams. This beautiful butterfly is easily overlooked. It usually occurs in small colonies, and occupies a wide range of habitats, from scrubby grassland to moorland. https://t.co/NZBExIIIGh


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