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Migratory shorebirds could face extinction within a decade

Migrating shorebirds that travel to Australia from Siberia are under serious threat from development, which is destroying the vital feeding grounds they rely on during the epic journey.

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news/East-Reservoir-London-Wildlife-Trust New nature reserve to open in London
London Wildlife trust will be transforming what was formerly Stoke Newington Reserve into Woodberry Wetlands, a new nature reserve in north east London set to open to the public in 2015.
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news/Fin_whales_in_Irish_Sea International Whaling Commission to meet in Slovenia on 15 September
Pro-conservation countries and organisations are once again preparing to take on Japan and other pro-whaling nations at the 65th meeting of the International Whaling Commission on 15 September.
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Every week we will feature a reader photo on our home page. This week, thanks go to Andy Howe from Carlton in Bedfordshire for his great picture of six cheetah cubs. Andy says this amazing sight was the reward for a pre-dawn start and two-hour drive to the far reaches of the main reserve from Kicheche Mara Camp. He says he owes big thanks to guides and drivers Jimmy, Francis and David for helping him find the cubs. To see a larger copy of this photograph and past Photos of the Week and find out how to upload your own images, click HERE




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