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Wildlife Leaflets

Richard Triggs is a wonderful photographer and several of the striking images on this site are thanks to him. He has now put some of these photographs into three excellent wildlife information leaflets which describe what is round and about … Continue reading

12. December 2012 by Voyager
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Dragon and Damselflies

“Dragonflies are marvels of aerodynamic engineering. The adult beats its two sets of wings out of phase and can control both frequency and amplitude. The angle of the two sets can be controlled independently, allowing for some astonishing aerial manoeuvres, … Continue reading

05. July 2012 by Jo
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