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Tom Marshall from the Yorkshire Wildlife Triangle shows how you can spot our slithery friends.

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TV audiences have been captivated by Channel 5’s new wildlife series delving into the lives of some of the county’s feathered and furry residents. Our nature writer Tom Marshall from the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust shares some top tips to get close to the action yourself.

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Tom Marshall from the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust shares some top tips, and discovers if the same lenses can capture the county’s rarest resident.

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Yorkshire’s wildlife is on the hunt for a des res for the busy summer ahead. Yorkshire Wildlife Trust’s Tom Marshall has a look what’s on the market

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Tom Marshall of Yorkshire Wildlife Trust picks some of the best wildlife and outdoor experiences for the year ahead

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Skelton-on-Ure farmer Becky Burniston and Father Christmas have a lot in common

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Blackbirds and thrushes in Yorkshire

Thursday, November 24, 2016

Winter is the perfect time to enjoy an easily overlooked but striking group of birds – the thrushes, as Tom Marshall from Yorkshire Wildlife Trust reports

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Yorkshire Wildlife

The Wildlife Trusts run a range of projects across the country designed to use nature to help improve physical and mental health and contribute to a sense of well-being.

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Sheffield

Why did the hedgehog cross the road? To see his ‘flat mate’, of course. The joke may be one of the oldest in the book, but the scene which inspired it is no longer as common as you might think; and not because these charismatic creatures have worked out how to use a pedestrian crossing.

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Demonised bats have a softer side too

Thursday, October 27, 2016

They’re the go-to creature when it comes to adding a touch of horror, but bats have a softer side too, and are even good to have around. Tom Marshall from the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust explains.

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