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Flying kites in south Lincolnshire

Flying kites in south Lincolnshire

Local Wildlife - 1st February

As a result of the world’s longest continual conservation programme, the UK population of kites has risen to such a healthy level that they can now be seen in areas where they have been absent for more than 100 years.

Spring aeronautics in Lincolnshire

Spring aeronautics in Lincolnshire

Local Wildlife - 1st April

Human dreams of flight have led to spectacular developments in aviation, but our flying machines can often seem crude compared with the more impressive manoeuvres of birds and insects. They are the real masters of the air.

Fenland folk

Fenland folk

Local Wildlife - 1st November

Think of the fens and fenland folk and you probably imagine mud, water, lofty reeds, winters of ice, snow, bitter cold and locals dropping like flies. Did they perchance have a dark secret?

Saving the woodland which could save us

Saving the woodland which could save us

Local Wildlife - 1st November

Folklore, food and shelter of the common man could be found among the birch and oak of thirteenth-century British woodland.

Feeding the birds

Feeding the birds

Local Wildlife - 1st September

When Nicholas Watts decided that Vine House Farm at Deeping St Peter, near Spalding, should be a place where steps could be taken to try to halt the decline in numbers of wild birds, it was a decision that was to benefit the wildlife of a much wider area than just this part of Lincolnshire.

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