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  • New multi million pound lottery scheme for The Brecks

    Thursday 20th March, 2014

    Suffolk Wildlife Trust's education team are looking forward to helping deliver a multi-million pound lottery project celebrating our precious Breckland habitat

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  • Snakes on the move

    Wednesday 19th March, 2014

    The warm weather has brought out Suffolk's reptiles - whether it be adders, common lizards, slow worms or grass snakes - who've been spotted soaking up those valuable rays. Community adviser ANGELA JONES describes her excitement at seeing her first grass snake of the year:

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  • Buzzard found shot near Southwold

    Monday 17th March, 2014

    The Trust is saddened and shocked by the illegal shooting of a common buzzard found on a footpath in the Frostenden area near Southwold.

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  • Lowestoft students' marine litter film up for European award

    Tuesday 4th March, 2014

    Pupils from Ormiston Denes Academy in Lowestoft are up for an award from the European marine litter awareness group MARLISCO for their short film about the effects of marine litter on wildlife

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  • Report badger road kill

    Tuesday 4th March, 2014

    Simone Bullion joined Mark Murphy on radio Suffolk to talk about the number of badgers seen dead on the side of our roads

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  • Deep disappointment as Suffolk estuary not considered for MCZ protection

    Thursday 27th February, 2014

    Alde Estuary by Steve Aylward

    After the recent disappointment that the Stour and Orwell estuary would not become a Marine Conservation Zone (MCZ), Suffolk Wildlife Trust is deeply frustrated that the second tranche of sites does not include the Alde-Ore Estuary.

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  • Winter is officially over, say the forecasters

    Tuesday 25th February, 2014

    The region has passed through winter without snow but how has wildlife fared in the unusually mild conditions? Callum Maclean takes a look. East Anglian Daily Times, 25 February 2014

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  • Students take to Lowestoft and Pakefield beaches to learn about marine pollution

    Monday 24th February, 2014

    From the Lowestoft Journal by Kathryn Bradley.

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  • National Nest Box Week - get involved

    Monday 17th February, 2014

    With spring in the air, there’s loads going on at Trust centres throughout the county to celebrate National Nest Box Week

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  • Repair or retreat: The dilemma after the big deluge

    Saturday 1st February, 2014

    From the East Anglian Daily Times Environment supplement - by John Grant

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