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May had a distinctly autumnal feel, continuing a pattern of below average temperatures that has persisted throughout spring, while the majority of the UK received significantly above average rainfall, according to the latest hydrological summary. >> Full story
Colonies of gannets maintain vast exclusive fishing ranges despite doing nothing to defend their territory from rival colonies, scientists have discovered. The findings are published in the journal Science.
|Phosphorus footprint study wins prize at Clean Technology conference - 13 June 2013|
|Sharing your wildlife observations at BBC Gardeners' World Live - 11 June 2013|
|Open Farm Sunday visitors count pollinating insects - 4 June 2013|
|Puffin count on Isle of May NNR in Scotland gives surprising result - 31 May 2013|
|Leaking ammonia leading to biodiversity loss and health risks - 28 May 2013|
|Unkempt weedy land unintentionally boosts wildlife - 22 May 2013|
|Cattle disease bacteria widespread in the UK - 20 May 2013|
|Termination of hydrological recharge season approaches after cold April - 16 May 2013|
|Mobile phone app to help monitor UK's native ladybirds after foreign invasion - 10 May 2013|
|Research achievements of Prof David Fowler FRS CBE recognised by NERC - 16 May 2013|
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