Archive for October 9th, 2017:

Red deer rut ‘spectacle’ draws visitors to RSPB Minsmere

A red deer rut is a “great spectacle” that draws visitors to RSPB Minsmere, the nature reserve said. The Suffolk site is home to about 200 red deer, one of the largest wild herds of red deer outside Scotland. Article source:

Toronto Zoo’s tumbling panda cubs

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Swallowtail butterfly could benefit from Papua New Guinea project

A conservation project in Papua New Guinea to help the world’s biggest butterfly could also benefit one of Britain’s rarest species. The “habitat enrichment” programme, introduced by members of the palm oil industry, is designed to protect the future of the threatened Queen Alexandra Birdwing butterfly. It has a 28cm (11in) wingspan. Research methods into

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