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12 Trees to spot in Britain! How many can you spot on your next nature walk? Sweet Chestnut Tree, Chestnut Trees, Sycamore, Walking In Nature, Britain, Plant Leaves, Wildlife, Herbs, Plants
Trees to spot in Britain!
12 Trees to spot in Britain! How many can you spot on your next nature walk?
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Fungi are hugely important to ecosystems - decomposing organic matter and supplying plants with essential nutrients! Here’s some interesting facts about these fascinating organisms! Organic Supplies, Nature Activities, Organic Matter, Fermented Foods, Plant Needs, Organs, Fungi, Yeast, Nutrient
6 facts about fungi
Fungi are hugely important to ecosystems - decomposing organic matter and supplying plants with essential nutrients! Here’s some interesting facts about these fascinating organisms!
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6 Butterflies to spot in May! Click the link for our 100% plastic-free Butterfly poster. Image I.D: The image shows a grid of 6 photographs of different butterfly species. The text says: Green-veined White. Holly Blue. Orange Tip. Speckled Wood. Red Admiral. Peacock. Holly Blue, Green Veins, Butterfly Species, Butterfly Print, Image Shows, Admiral, Art Prints, Blue Orange
Butterflies to spot in May
6 Butterflies to spot in May! Click the link for our 100% plastic-free Butterfly poster. Image I.D: The image shows a grid of 6 photographs of different butterfly species. The text says: Green-veined White. Holly Blue. Orange Tip. Speckled Wood. Red Admiral. Peacock.
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- Biodiversity is all the different kinds of life you'll find in one area - the variety of animals, plants, fungi, and microorganisms. - These species work together in ecosystems, to maintain balance and support life. - So biodiversity is important for nature and wildlife to survive and provides us with everything we need: food, clean water, medicine, and shelter. Microorganisms, Biodiversity, Clean Water, Species, Medicine, Survival, Positivity
Biodiversity: what is it and why is it important?
- Biodiversity is all the different kinds of life you'll find in one area - the variety of animals, plants, fungi, and microorganisms. - These species work together in ecosystems, to maintain balance and support life. - So biodiversity is important for nature and wildlife to survive and provides us with everything we need: food, clean water, medicine, and shelter.
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There are more than 250 species of bee in the UK! The most common of these species can be categorised into 4 types of bee: Bumble, Honey, Mason and Mining! Shop our plastic-free, hand-illustrated Great British Bee Poster now! Image I.D: The slide says: Types of UK Bee. Bumble. Honey. Mining. Mason. The 4 images show a close up photograph of each type. Uk Bees, Augmented Reality Art, British Bees, Types Of Bees, Bee Print, Great British, Educational Tools, Hand Illustration, About Uk
Types of UK Bee
There are more than 250 species of bee in the UK! The most common of these species can be categorised into 4 types of bee: Bumble, Honey, Mason and Mining! Shop our plastic-free, hand-illustrated Great British Bee Poster now! Image I.D: The slide says: Types of UK Bee. Bumble. Honey. Mining. Mason. The 4 images show a close up photograph of each type.
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Many Red Admiral Butterflies migrate to the UK from North Africa and continental Europe - arriving in spring. (Although some adults manage to survive the winter by hibernating here.) In early summer, females lay eggs on the tips of nettles. After 8-9 days, caterpillars hatch. The caterpillar wraps itself with silk in the leaf of the host plant, forming a cocoon. After the final pupa stage, a beautiful butterfly emerges! Rachel Mills, Continental Europe, Buttercup, North Africa, Beautiful Butterflies, Cocoon
The Lifecycle of Red Admiral Butterflies!
Many Red Admiral Butterflies migrate to the UK from North Africa and continental Europe - arriving in spring. (Although some adults manage to survive the winter by hibernating here.) In early summer, females lay eggs on the tips of nettles. After 8-9 days, caterpillars hatch. The caterpillar wraps itself with silk in the leaf of the host plant, forming a cocoon. After the final pupa stage, a beautiful butterfly emerges!
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Beavers are large, semiaquatic rodents native to the northern hemisphere. Beavers live in rivers, lakes, marshes and ditches. Beavers prefer slow moving water and gentle banks. They build dams, from sticks, branches, mud, stones and vegetation when they need to retain and manage water levels. Moving Water, Hemisphere, Rodents, Dam, Did You Know, Northern, Gentle, Beavers
All about beavers! Did you know?
Beavers are large, semiaquatic rodents native to the northern hemisphere. Beavers live in rivers, lakes, marshes and ditches. Beavers prefer slow moving water and gentle banks. They build dams, from sticks, branches, mud, stones and vegetation when they need to retain and manage water levels.
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