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Turning tides and shifting sands: marine conservation in Northumberland

Turning tides and shifting sands: marine conservation in Northumberland

Friday 8 November 2019. With Martin Kitching, Regional Coordinator for Seawatch Foundation and North East Regional Officer for MARINElife The North East of England has an incredible coastline and over […]

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1829 Talk: Modelling Sociality in mammalian carnivores

Friday 1 November 2019. With Jessica Ward, Newcastle University Sociality is a behaviour that is seen only amongst a small fraction of carnivore species. A carnivore living as part of […]

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Experiences from a Pine Marten Stronghold

Friday 11 October 2019. With Michael Stinson, Ulster Wildlife Michael Stinson works as a self-employed ecologist and as a Red Squirrel Officer for Ulster Wildlife in Co Fermanagh N Ireland, […]

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1829 Talk: Assessing the tourism potential of birds and terrestrial mammals

Friday 4 October 2019.With Maire Kirkland, Durham UniversityWildlife tourism represents an opportunity for protected areas to generate revenue for biodiversity conservation. Currently, the drivers of wildlife tourism remain ill-defined, though […]

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Wild Deer and their Management in Britain: Burden or Benefit?

Friday 12 October 2018. Professor Rory Putman from the British Deer Society discusses the positive and negative impacts of deer populations in Britain. Please note that the recordings combine audio […]

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Isle of May National Nature Reserve Uncovered

Friday 02 February, 2018. David Steel, Reserve Manager of the Isle of May, will reveal all about this hidden gem that is home to the largest Puffin colony on the […]

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Back from the Brink – Pine Marten in Northumberland

Friday 13 October 2017. In the ancient wildwoods that once blanketed much of Britain, the pine marten was one of our most common carnivores. Today the story is rather different. […]

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Northumberland’s Secret Seas

Friday 12 January, 2018. Discovering the mysterious underwater world off the Northumberland coast, this talk by Ben Burville will focus on the behaviour of grey seals and white beaked dolphin. […]

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Northumbrian Naturalist Volume 79 (2015)

Edited by Dr Chris Redfern, Volume 79 of Northumbrian Naturalist can can be downloaded here. You can also purchase a hard copy from the NHSN office, price £5.

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Mammals, Amphibians & Reptiles of the North East

Mammals, Amphibians and Reptiles of the North East is the first account since 1864 of all the species found in the northeast of England. Twenty-nine naturalists have described the current […]

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