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Barn owls (Tyto alba) perched on tree branch, late evening. Northamptonshire, UK, May.
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90873796 Barn owls (Tyto alba) perched on tree branch, late evening. Northamptonshire, UK, May.©
Barn owl (Tyto alba) perched on tree stump in early morning light. Northamptonshire, UK, January.
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90873795 Barn owl (Tyto alba) perched on tree stump in early morning light. Northamptonshire, UK, January.©
Barn owl (Tyto alba) perched on tree stump in early morning light. Northamptonshire, UK, January.
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90873794 Barn owl (Tyto alba) perched on tree stump in early morning light. Northamptonshire, UK, January.©
Barn owls (Tyto alba) perched on tree stump in early morning light. Northamptonshire, UK, January.
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90873793 Barn owls (Tyto alba) perched on tree stump in early morning light. Northamptonshire, UK, January.©
Barn owl (Tyto alba) perched on tree stump at night, Northamptonshire, UK, May.
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90873792 Barn owl (Tyto alba) perched on tree stump at night, Northamptonshire, UK, May.©
Barn owl (Tyto alba) perched on tree branch at dusk,Northamptonshire, UK, May.
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90873791 Barn owl (Tyto alba) perched on tree branch at dusk,Northamptonshire, UK, May.©
Barn owl (Tyto alba) perched on tree branch at dusk. Northamptonshire, UK, May.
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90873790 Barn owl (Tyto alba) perched on tree branch at dusk. Northamptonshire, UK, May.©
Common buzzard (Buteo buteo) perched on tree stump with hoar frost, Northamptonshire, UK, January.
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90873737 Common buzzard (Buteo buteo) perched on tree stump with hoar frost, Northamptonshire, UK, January.©
Common buzzard (Buteo buteo) perched on a tree stump with hoar frost. Northamptonshire, UK, January.
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90873736 Common buzzard (Buteo buteo) perched on a tree stump with hoar frost. Northamptonshire, UK, January.©
Common buzzard (Buteo buteo) perched on stump with wings spread, Northamptonshire, UK, January.
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90873735 Common buzzard (Buteo buteo) perched on stump with wings spread, Northamptonshire, UK, January.©
Common buzzard (Buteo buteo) in flight with hoar frost. Northamptonshire, UK, January.
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90873734 Common buzzard (Buteo buteo) in flight with hoar frost. Northamptonshire, UK, January.©
Spraying of oilseed rape crop with a dessicant, glyphosate, to promote even ripening for harvest, Northamptonshire, England, UK. June
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90840655 Spraying of oilseed rape crop with a dessicant, glyphosate, to promote even ripening for harvest, Northamptonshire, England, UK. June© Nigel Cattlin
Oxlip (Primula elatior), Hayley Wood, Cambridgeshire, a Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire nature reserve. March 2011
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90828580 Oxlip (Primula elatior), Hayley Wood, Cambridgeshire, a Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire nature reserve. March 2011© Steve Nicholls
Harvest mouse (Micromys minutus) clinging to a Common hogweed (Heracleum sphondylium) flowerhead with its feet and tail after release into the wild, Moulton, Northampton, UK, June.
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90701487 Harvest mouse (Micromys minutus) clinging to a Common hogweed (Heracleum sphondylium) flowerhead with its feet and tail after release into the wild, Moulton, Northampton, UK, June.© Nick Upton
Harvest mouse (Micromys minutus) using its gripping tail to aid its descent of a Common hogweed (Heracleum sphondylium) stem after release into the wild, Moulton, Northampton, UK, June.
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90701486 Harvest mouse (Micromys minutus) using its gripping tail to aid its descent of a Common hogweed (Heracleum sphondylium) stem after release into the wild, Moulton, Northampton, UK, June.© Nick Upton
Plastic bottle containing grain fitted into a feeding station equipped with an automatic Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) monitor for surveying Harvest mice (Micromys minutus) after release into...
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90701485 Plastic bottle containing grain fitted into a feeding station equipped with an automatic Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) monitor for surveying Harvest mice (Micromys minutus) after release into...© Nick Upton
Emily Howard-Williams with Labrador Tui, who has been trained to sniff out feeding stations visited by Harvest mice (Micromys minutus), Moulton College, Northampton, UK, June.  Model released.
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90701484 Emily Howard-Williams with Labrador Tui, who has been trained to sniff out feeding stations visited by Harvest mice (Micromys minutus), Moulton College, Northampton, UK, June. Model released.© Nick Upton
Emily Howard-Williams checking that the automatic Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) monitor built into a Harvest mouse feeding station reads a microchip inserted into it and relays the information...
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90701483 Emily Howard-Williams checking that the automatic Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) monitor built into a Harvest mouse feeding station reads a microchip inserted into it and relays the information...© Nick Upton
Harvest mouse (Micromys minutus) being inspected prior to release at a field site, Moulton College, Northampton, UK, June.  Model released.
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90701482 Harvest mouse (Micromys minutus) being inspected prior to release at a field site, Moulton College, Northampton, UK, June. Model released.© Nick Upton
Emily Howard-Williams placing a grain feeding station equipped with an automatic Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) monitor to survey Harvest mice (Micromys minutus) in field enclosure after releas...
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90700509 Emily Howard-Williams placing a grain feeding station equipped with an automatic Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) monitor to survey Harvest mice (Micromys minutus) in field enclosure after releas...© Nick Upton
Emily Howard-Williams placing a grain feeding station equipped with an automatic Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) monitor to survey Harvest mice (Micromys minutus) in a field enclosure after rele...
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90700508 Emily Howard-Williams placing a grain feeding station equipped with an automatic Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) monitor to survey Harvest mice (Micromys minutus) in a field enclosure after rele...© Nick Upton
Roger Trout and Jia Min Lim with an Edible / Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) excavated from its winter hibernation burrow in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK,...
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90700507 Roger Trout and Jia Min Lim with an Edible / Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) excavated from its winter hibernation burrow in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK,...© Nick Upton
Radio-collared Edible / Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) being taken from its winter hibernation burrow during a survey in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK, Apr...
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90700506 Radio-collared Edible / Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) being taken from its winter hibernation burrow during a survey in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK, Apr...© Nick Upton
Sleepy, radio-collared Edible / Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) excavated from its winter hibernation burrow held during a survey in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshi...
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90700505 Sleepy, radio-collared Edible / Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) excavated from its winter hibernation burrow held during a survey in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshi...© Nick Upton
Radio-collared Edible / Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) in its winter hibernation burrow, excavated during a survey in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK, April.
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90700504 Radio-collared Edible / Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) in its winter hibernation burrow, excavated during a survey in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK, April.© Nick Upton
Roger Trout and Jia Ming Lim excavating the hibernation burrow of  an Edible / Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK, April, Mode...
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90700503 Roger Trout and Jia Ming Lim excavating the hibernation burrow of an Edible / Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK, April, Mode...© Nick Upton
Sleepy Edible / Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) excavated from its winter hibernation burrow being weighed during a survey in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK,...
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90700502 Sleepy Edible / Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) excavated from its winter hibernation burrow being weighed during a survey in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK,...© Nick Upton
Exit tube fitted to the hibernation burrow of  an Edible / Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) after replacing it during a survey in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire,...
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90700501 Exit tube fitted to the hibernation burrow of an Edible / Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) after replacing it during a survey in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire,...© Nick Upton
Roger Trout and Jia Ming Lim fitting an exit tube to the hibernation burrow of  an Edible / Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) after replacing it during a survey in woodland where this European species has beco...
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90700500 Roger Trout and Jia Ming Lim fitting an exit tube to the hibernation burrow of an Edible / Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) after replacing it during a survey in woodland where this European species has beco...© Nick Upton
Emily Howard-Williams with Labrador Tui, who has been trained to sniff out feeding stations visited by Harvest mice (Micromys minutus), Moulton, Northampton, UK, June.  Model released.
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90700499 Emily Howard-Williams with Labrador Tui, who has been trained to sniff out feeding stations visited by Harvest mice (Micromys minutus), Moulton, Northampton, UK, June. Model released.© Nick Upton
Two Harvest mice (Micromys minutus) from a captive colony selected for release at a field site, Moulton College, Northampton, UK, June.
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90700498 Two Harvest mice (Micromys minutus) from a captive colony selected for release at a field site, Moulton College, Northampton, UK, June.© Nick Upton
Emily Howard-Williams with Labrador Tui, sitting down by a grain feeding bottle collected from a field site where Harvest mice (Micromys minutus) have been released, to indicate that this bottle has b...
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90700496 Emily Howard-Williams with Labrador Tui, sitting down by a grain feeding bottle collected from a field site where Harvest mice (Micromys minutus) have been released, to indicate that this bottle has b...© Nick Upton
Emily Howard-Williams rewarding Labrador Tui by offering a Kong to play with for correctly indicating that  a grain feeding bottle had been visited by Harvest mice (Micromys minutus), a technique that...
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90700495 Emily Howard-Williams rewarding Labrador Tui by offering a Kong to play with for correctly indicating that a grain feeding bottle had been visited by Harvest mice (Micromys minutus), a technique that...© Nick Upton
Emily Howard-Williams with Labrador Tui, sniffing grain feeding bottles collected from a field site where Harvest mice (Micromys minutus) have been released, to identify which ones have been visited,...
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90700494 Emily Howard-Williams with Labrador Tui, sniffing grain feeding bottles collected from a field site where Harvest mice (Micromys minutus) have been released, to identify which ones have been visited,...© Nick Upton
Jia Ming Lim and Dani Rozycka using a radiotracking cable to pinpoint a radio-collared Edible / Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) hibernating in its underground burrow in woodland where this European species h...
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90700493 Jia Ming Lim and Dani Rozycka using a radiotracking cable to pinpoint a radio-collared Edible / Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) hibernating in its underground burrow in woodland where this European species h...© Nick Upton
Roger Trout and Dani Rozycka using a radiotracking cable to locate a radio-collared Edible / Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) hibernating in its underground burrow in woodland where this European species has...
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90700492 Roger Trout and Dani Rozycka using a radiotracking cable to locate a radio-collared Edible / Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) hibernating in its underground burrow in woodland where this European species has...© Nick Upton
Keith Cohen using a radiotracker to locate a radio-collared Edible / Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) hibernating in its underground burrow in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buck...
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90700491 Keith Cohen using a radiotracker to locate a radio-collared Edible / Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) hibernating in its underground burrow in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buck...© Nick Upton
Andy Rothwell using a radiotracker to locate hibernating radio-collared Edible / Fat Dormice (Glis glis) in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK, April, Mod...
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90700490 Andy Rothwell using a radiotracker to locate hibernating radio-collared Edible / Fat Dormice (Glis glis) in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK, April, Mod...© Nick Upton
Andy Rothwell using a radiotracker to locate hibernating radio-collared Edible / Fat Dormice (Glis glis) in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK, April, Mod...
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90700489 Andy Rothwell using a radiotracker to locate hibernating radio-collared Edible / Fat Dormice (Glis glis) in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK, April, Mod...© Nick Upton
Jia Ming Lim, Roger Trout and Dani Rozycka using radiotrackers to pinpoint a radio-collared Edible / Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) hibernating in its underground burrow in woodland where this European spec...
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90700488 Jia Ming Lim, Roger Trout and Dani Rozycka using radiotrackers to pinpoint a radio-collared Edible / Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) hibernating in its underground burrow in woodland where this European spec...© Nick Upton
Jia Ming Lim, Roger Trout and Dani Rozycka using radiotrackers to pinpoint a radio-collared Edible / Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) hibernating in its underground burrow in woodland where this European spec...
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90700487 Jia Ming Lim, Roger Trout and Dani Rozycka using radiotrackers to pinpoint a radio-collared Edible / Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) hibernating in its underground burrow in woodland where this European spec...© Nick Upton
Researcher placing small mammal trap in field enclosure to survey Harvest mice (Micromys minutus) after release, Moulton, Northampton, UK, June.  Model released.
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90700486 Researcher placing small mammal trap in field enclosure to survey Harvest mice (Micromys minutus) after release, Moulton, Northampton, UK, June. Model released.© Nick Upton
Microchipped Harvest mouse (Micromys minutus) leaving a grain feeding station equipped with an automatic Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) monitor which logs visits by mice after release into a fi...
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90700485 Microchipped Harvest mouse (Micromys minutus) leaving a grain feeding station equipped with an automatic Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) monitor which logs visits by mice after release into a fi...© Nick Upton
Harvest mouse (Micromys minutus) on Common hogweed (Heracleum sphondylium) flowerhead after release, Moulton, Northampton, UK, June.
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90700484 Harvest mouse (Micromys minutus) on Common hogweed (Heracleum sphondylium) flowerhead after release, Moulton, Northampton, UK, June.© Nick Upton
Emily Howard-Williams releasing a Harvest mouse (Micromys minutus) in a field enclosure to study dispersal and monitoring techniques, Moulton, Northampton, UK, June.  Model released.
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90700483 Emily Howard-Williams releasing a Harvest mouse (Micromys minutus) in a field enclosure to study dispersal and monitoring techniques, Moulton, Northampton, UK, June. Model released.© Nick Upton
Emily Howard-Williams releasing a Harvest mouse (Micromys minutus) in a field enclosure to study dispersal and monitoring techniques, Moulton, Northampton, UK, June.  Model released.
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90700482 Emily Howard-Williams releasing a Harvest mouse (Micromys minutus) in a field enclosure to study dispersal and monitoring techniques, Moulton, Northampton, UK, June. Model released.© Nick Upton
Harvest mouse (Micromys minutus) on Common hogweed (Heracleum sphondylium) flowerhead after release, Moulton, Northampton, UK, June.
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90700481 Harvest mouse (Micromys minutus) on Common hogweed (Heracleum sphondylium) flowerhead after release, Moulton, Northampton, UK, June.© Nick Upton
Harvest mouse (Micromys minutus) on Common hogweed (Heracleum sphondylium) flowerhead after release, Moulton, Northampton, UK, June.
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90700480 Harvest mouse (Micromys minutus) on Common hogweed (Heracleum sphondylium) flowerhead after release, Moulton, Northampton, UK, June.© Nick Upton
Harvest mouse (Micromys minutus) on Common hogweed (Heracleum sphondylium) flowerhead after release, Moulton, Northampton, UK, June.
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90700479 Harvest mouse (Micromys minutus) on Common hogweed (Heracleum sphondylium) flowerhead after release, Moulton, Northampton, UK, June.© Nick Upton
Microchipped Harvest mouse (Micromys minutus) entering a grain feeding station equipped with an automatic Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) monitor which logs visits by released mice in field site...
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90700478 Microchipped Harvest mouse (Micromys minutus) entering a grain feeding station equipped with an automatic Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) monitor which logs visits by released mice in field site...© Nick Upton
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