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If you are lucky or patient enough to see a bird of this description - get your binoculars out! You may think that Willow Tits and Marsh Tits are likely to be found in the same kind of habitat — damp young woodland. However, despite their name, Marsh Tits actually prefer drier, more mature woodland.

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I have worked on a of projects involving mammals, working with volunteers and local communities in the north east of England to foster lasting legacies. I recently left Northumberland Wildlife Trust having successfully managed and steered the very first reintroduction of the Water Vole back into the region, through the Kielder Water Vole Project.

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Bat-friendly land management secures the land for future generations, not just ours. The project will also be aiming to raise awareness of this enigmatic species with the wider community — through a range of walks, talks and other batty events. So, watch this space for opportunities to learn more about bats and other wildlife, learn new skills and get involved with biodiversity conservation on your doorstep. Having grown up around coastal sand dunes I believe it is the most interesting of all UK biotopes.

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A truly novel experience for most people. Within the Back from the Brink project, we are trying to make the Field Cricket population more robust and not have all our crickets in one basket.

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The survey involves walking transects listening for the characteristic chirruping of the males as they rub two parts of their wings together. People also had a chance to learn more about field crickets at a training day we held in July and were thrilled to see numerous young crickets, known as nymphs, as they explored the grassy heathland.

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