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Common nightingale (Luscinia megarhynchos) adult perched, singing, Cambridgeshire, UK, April. 2020VISION Book Plate. Did you know? A nightingale's song can consist of up to 260 variations.
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90815878 Common nightingale (Luscinia megarhynchos) adult perched, singing, Cambridgeshire, UK, April. 2020VISION Book Plate. Did you know? A nightingale's song can consist of up to 260 variations.© Chris Gomersall / 2020VISION
Flock of Dunlin (Calidris alpina) in flight at sunset over the Wash estuary, Snettisham RSPB reserve, Norfolk, England, UK, March. Did you know? While migrating, dunlins travel in massive groups of up...
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90815857 Flock of Dunlin (Calidris alpina) in flight at sunset over the Wash estuary, Snettisham RSPB reserve, Norfolk, England, UK, March. Did you know? While migrating, dunlins travel in massive groups of up...© Chris Gomersall / 2020VISION
Common poppies (Papaver rhoeas) growing in a consevation margin, RSPB Hope Farm reserve, Cambridgeshire, England, UK, May. 2020VISION Book Plate. Did you know? Common poppy seeds can lie dormant for u...
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90815799 Common poppies (Papaver rhoeas) growing in a consevation margin, RSPB Hope Farm reserve, Cambridgeshire, England, UK, May. 2020VISION Book Plate. Did you know? Common poppy seeds can lie dormant for u...© Chris Gomersall / 2020VISION
European Badger (Meles meles) on the North Downs above Folkestone, Kent, UK, June. Camera trap photo.
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90799730 European Badger (Meles meles) on the North Downs above Folkestone, Kent, UK, June. Camera trap photo.© Terry Whittaker / 2020VISION
Red-crowned Cranes (Grus japonensis) displaying at dawn Hokkaido, Japan, February. Did you know? Red crowned cranes mate for life.
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90783821 Red-crowned Cranes (Grus japonensis) displaying at dawn Hokkaido, Japan, February. Did you know? Red crowned cranes mate for life.© David Tipling
Adult female Peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus) stretching her wings whilst perched on scaffolding, Bristol, England, UK, June. Did you know? Peregrine falcons have been used for falconry for more th...
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90756919 Adult female Peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus) stretching her wings whilst perched on scaffolding, Bristol, England, UK, June. Did you know? Peregrine falcons have been used for falconry for more th...© Bertie Gregory / 2020VISION
Feral pigeon (Columba livia) on ground, with people's feet in the background, South Bank, London, England, UK, September. Did you know? In the 16th Century England pigeon guano was the only source of...
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90756910 Feral pigeon (Columba livia) on ground, with people's feet in the background, South Bank, London, England, UK, September. Did you know? In the 16th Century England pigeon guano was the only source of...© Terry Whittaker / 2020VISION
Feral pigeons (Columba livia), Manchester, England, UK, January. Did you know? Pigeons only have 40 taste buds whereas humans have around 10,000.
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90756909 Feral pigeons (Columba livia), Manchester, England, UK, January. Did you know? Pigeons only have 40 taste buds whereas humans have around 10,000.© Terry Whittaker / 2020VISION
Small group of Pink-footed geese (Anser brachyrhynchus) in flight at dawn, The Wash Estuary, Norfolk, England, UK, October 2011. 2020VISION Book Plate. Did you know? Pink-footed geese are winter visit...
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90732155 Small group of Pink-footed geese (Anser brachyrhynchus) in flight at dawn, The Wash Estuary, Norfolk, England, UK, October 2011. 2020VISION Book Plate. Did you know? Pink-footed geese are winter visit...© Peter Cairns / 2020VISION
Numbat portrait {Myrmecobius fasciatus} Australia. Did you know? An adult Numbat eats up to 20,000 termites each day.
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90845586 Numbat portrait {Myrmecobius fasciatus} Australia. Did you know? An adult Numbat eats up to 20,000 termites each day.©
Solitary Mining bee (Andrena sp.) feeding on Beaked Hawksbeard (Crepis versicaria) flowers as an expert ornothologist, volunteers and members of the public count bird species in the background during...
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90834740 Solitary Mining bee (Andrena sp.) feeding on Beaked Hawksbeard (Crepis versicaria) flowers as an expert ornothologist, volunteers and members of the public count bird species in the background during...© Nick Upton / 2020VISION
Graffiti on wall at Rainham Marshes RSPB Reserve, reflecting its past as a military firing range, Essex, England, UK, November. Did you know? These marshes are one of the oldest natural areas in Londo...
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90816081 Graffiti on wall at Rainham Marshes RSPB Reserve, reflecting its past as a military firing range, Essex, England, UK, November. Did you know? These marshes are one of the oldest natural areas in Londo...© Paul Harris / 2020VISION
Common dog violet (Viola riviniana) in flower, Gamlingay Wood, Cambridgeshire, England, UK, April. Did you know? In Medieval times the dog violet was used as deodorant.
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90815871 Common dog violet (Viola riviniana) in flower, Gamlingay Wood, Cambridgeshire, England, UK, April. Did you know? In Medieval times the dog violet was used as deodorant.© Chris Gomersall / 2020VISION
Wren (Troglodytes troglodytes) singing with tail cocked from new pine growth. Wales, May. Did you know? The wren is the UK's most common bird with over 8 million breeding pairs.
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90811018 Wren (Troglodytes troglodytes) singing with tail cocked from new pine growth. Wales, May. Did you know? The wren is the UK's most common bird with over 8 million breeding pairs.© Andy Rouse / 2020VISION
Litter picking volunteers carrying bags of rubbish take part in Flora of the Fells conservation day. Helvellyn, Lake District National Park, Cumbria, September. Did you know? The amount of litter we d...
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90781470 Litter picking volunteers carrying bags of rubbish take part in Flora of the Fells conservation day. Helvellyn, Lake District National Park, Cumbria, September. Did you know? The amount of litter we d...© Peter Cairns / 2020VISION
Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus) doe running in a field of barley, Northumberland, England, UK, June. 2020VISION Book Plate. Did you know? Although Roe deer mate in August, the fertilised egg is dormant...
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90772750 Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus) doe running in a field of barley, Northumberland, England, UK, June. 2020VISION Book Plate. Did you know? Although Roe deer mate in August, the fertilised egg is dormant...© Fergus Gill / 2020VISION
Scots pine cone (Pinus sylvestris) in pineoowd, Abernethy National Nature Reserve, Scotland, UK, October. Did you know? As well as two national parks, Scotland has a further 47 National Nature Reserve...
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90753981 Scots pine cone (Pinus sylvestris) in pineoowd, Abernethy National Nature Reserve, Scotland, UK, October. Did you know? As well as two national parks, Scotland has a further 47 National Nature Reserve...© Mark Hamblin / 2020VISION
Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) resting amongst autumn leaves, looking up, scratching, Leicestershire, England, UK, September. Did you know? Each year around 100,000 foxes are killed on our roads but the over...
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90707782 Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) resting amongst autumn leaves, looking up, scratching, Leicestershire, England, UK, September. Did you know? Each year around 100,000 foxes are killed on our roads but the over...© Danny Green / 2020VISION
Adult female Peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus) taking flight from the roof an office block, Bristol, England, UK, May. Did you know? Peregrine falcons have specially adapted nostrils to prevent the...
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90698740 Adult female Peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus) taking flight from the roof an office block, Bristol, England, UK, May. Did you know? Peregrine falcons have specially adapted nostrils to prevent the...© Bertie Gregory / 2020VISION
Adult female Peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus) in flight, Bristol, England, UK, March. Did you know? The highest ever recorded speed of a peregrine falcon in flight was 242 mile per hour!
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90698735 Adult female Peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus) in flight, Bristol, England, UK, March. Did you know? The highest ever recorded speed of a peregrine falcon in flight was 242 mile per hour!© Bertie Gregory / 2020VISION
Canada goose (Branta canadensis) silhouetted on lake at dawn, Stockport, Cheshire, England, UK, December. Did you know? Canada geese mate for life.
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90698733 Canada goose (Branta canadensis) silhouetted on lake at dawn, Stockport, Cheshire, England, UK, December. Did you know? Canada geese mate for life.© Ben Hall / 2020VISION
Red fox (Vulpes vulpes) eating pet food left out for it in suburban garden at twilight, Kent, UK, August, taken with camera trap. Did you know? Foxes first colonised British cities in the 1930-40s....
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90698724 Red fox (Vulpes vulpes) eating pet food left out for it in suburban garden at twilight, Kent, UK, August, taken with camera trap. Did you know? Foxes first colonised British cities in the 1930-40s....© Terry Whittaker / 2020VISION
European Badger (Meles meles) on the North Downs above Folkestone. Kent, UK, June. Camera trap photo.
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90698570 European Badger (Meles meles) on the North Downs above Folkestone. Kent, UK, June. Camera trap photo.© Terry Whittaker / 2020VISION
Mountain Hares (Lepus timidus) boxing in winter. Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, UK, January.  . Did you know? The population of Mountains hares fluctuates very markedly in 10 year cycles.
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90698556 Mountain Hares (Lepus timidus) boxing in winter. Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, UK, January. . Did you know? The population of Mountains hares fluctuates very markedly in 10 year cycles.© Mark Hamblin / 2020VISION
Sparrowhawk (Accipiter nisus) adult male grooming Scotland, UK, March Did you know? In Greek mythology King Nisus was turned into a Sparrowhawk  -  Mark Hamblin/ 2020V/ npl
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90694576 Sparrowhawk (Accipiter nisus) adult male grooming Scotland, UK, March Did you know? In Greek mythology King Nisus was turned into a Sparrowhawk© Mark Hamblin / 2020VISION / NPL
Sparrowhawk (Accipiter nisus) adult male grooming Scotland, UK, March Did you know? A female Sparrowhawk is 25% bigger than a male Sparrowhawk  -  Mark Hamblin/ 2020V/ npl
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90694575 Sparrowhawk (Accipiter nisus) adult male grooming Scotland, UK, March Did you know? A female Sparrowhawk is 25% bigger than a male Sparrowhawk© Mark Hamblin / 2020VISION / NPL
Oak woodland (Quercus robor) canopy against winter sky Brecon Beacons National Park, Wales, UK, May Did you know? Oak trees support the largest diversity of insects of any UK plant species  -  Mark Hamblin/ 2020V/ npl
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90694536 Oak woodland (Quercus robor) canopy against winter sky Brecon Beacons National Park, Wales, UK, May Did you know? Oak trees support the largest diversity of insects of any UK plant species© Mark Hamblin / 2020VISION / NPL
View from Sgorr Tuath towards Cul Beag, Cul Mor and Suilven, with sandstone pinnacles in the foreground, Coigach, Scotland, UK, March 2012 Did you know? Over 80% of all Marilyns (hills and mountains a...  -  Mark Hamblin/ 2020V/ npl
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90694394 View from Sgorr Tuath towards Cul Beag, Cul Mor and Suilven, with sandstone pinnacles in the foreground, Coigach, Scotland, UK, March 2012 Did you know? Over 80% of all Marilyns (hills and mountains a...© Mark Hamblin / 2020VISION / NPL
View across Loch Lurgainn to Cul Beag and Cul Mor, with woman hiker and Springer spaniel (Canis familiaris) resting on rocks in the foreground, Ben Mor Coigach Scottish Wildlife Trust reserve, Coigach...  -  Mark Hamblin/ 2020V/ npl
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90694389 View across Loch Lurgainn to Cul Beag and Cul Mor, with woman hiker and Springer spaniel (Canis familiaris) resting on rocks in the foreground, Ben Mor Coigach Scottish Wildlife Trust reserve, Coigach...© Mark Hamblin / 2020VISION / NPL
Male Banded demoiselle (Calopteryx splendens) on Purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) flower, Bedfordshire, England, UK, July 2012 Did you know? Dragonflies and damselflies are easy to distinguish,...  -  Mark Hamblin/ 2020V/ npl
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90694314 Male Banded demoiselle (Calopteryx splendens) on Purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) flower, Bedfordshire, England, UK, July 2012 Did you know? Dragonflies and damselflies are easy to distinguish,...© Mark Hamblin / 2020VISION / NPL
Thrift, Sea pink (Armeria maritima) in flower, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Wales, UK, May Did you know? It was once believed Thrift could cure lead poisoning  -  Mark Hamblin/ 2020V/ npl
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90694272 Thrift, Sea pink (Armeria maritima) in flower, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Wales, UK, May Did you know? It was once believed Thrift could cure lead poisoning© Mark Hamblin / 2020VISION / NPL
Small tortoiseshell (Aglaise urtica) feeding on buddleia flowers, Carrbridge, Inverness-shire, Scotland, UK, August Did you know? Tortoiseshell butterfly caterpillars feed on nettles, and live in grou...  -  Mark Hamblin/ 2020V/ npl
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90694256 Small tortoiseshell (Aglaise urtica) feeding on buddleia flowers, Carrbridge, Inverness-shire, Scotland, UK, August Did you know? Tortoiseshell butterfly caterpillars feed on nettles, and live in grou...© Mark Hamblin / 2020VISION / NPL
Two Scots pine trees (Pinus sylvestris) silhouetted at sunset, Glen Affric, Scotland, UK, October 2012 Did you know? The bark of a Scots pine tree can be up to 5 centimetres thick  -  Peter Cairns/ 2020V/ npl
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90694235 Two Scots pine trees (Pinus sylvestris) silhouetted at sunset, Glen Affric, Scotland, UK, October 2012 Did you know? The bark of a Scots pine tree can be up to 5 centimetres thick© Peter Cairns / 2020VISION / NPL
Osprey (pandion haliaetus) with fish prey, Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, UK, May Did you know? Ospreys are found on every continent except Antarctica  -  Peter Cairns/ 2020V/ npl
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90694201 Osprey (pandion haliaetus) with fish prey, Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, UK, May Did you know? Ospreys are found on every continent except Antarctica© Peter Cairns / 2020VISION / NPL
Whooper swans (Cygnus cygnus) gathered at sunset on Loch Insh, Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, UK, February Did you know: Whooper swans can withstand temperatures of -40C whilst migrating  -  Peter Cairns/ 2020V/ npl
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90694185 Whooper swans (Cygnus cygnus) gathered at sunset on Loch Insh, Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, UK, February Did you know: Whooper swans can withstand temperatures of -40C whilst migrating© Peter Cairns / 2020VISION / NPL
View of a waterfall with a fallen tree in the foreground, Fairy Glen RSPB reserve, Inverness-shire, Scotland, UK, July Did you know? RSPB reserves protect 130,000 hectares for wildlife in the UK  -  Peter Cairns/ 2020V/ npl
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90694173 View of a waterfall with a fallen tree in the foreground, Fairy Glen RSPB reserve, Inverness-shire, Scotland, UK, July Did you know? RSPB reserves protect 130,000 hectares for wildlife in the UK© Peter Cairns / 2020VISION / NPL
Osprey (Pandion haliaetus) at surface of a loch after diving for a fish, Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, UK, July Did you know? Ospreys have reversible toes, which allow them to carry fish prey  -  Peter Cairns/ 2020V/ npl
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90694170 Osprey (Pandion haliaetus) at surface of a loch after diving for a fish, Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, UK, July Did you know? Ospreys have reversible toes, which allow them to carry fish prey© Peter Cairns / 2020VISION / NPL
Osprey (Pandion haliaetus) taking off from the surface fo a lake with fish prey, Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, UK, July Did you know? Ospreys became extinct in the UK in the early 20th Century;...  -  Peter Cairns/ 2020V/ npl
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90694166 Osprey (Pandion haliaetus) taking off from the surface fo a lake with fish prey, Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, UK, July Did you know? Ospreys became extinct in the UK in the early 20th Century;...© Peter Cairns / 2020VISION / NPL
Red fox (Vulpes vulpes) cubs, Hertfordshire, England, UK, May Did you know? There are 45 different subspecies of Red fox, and as well as many colour variations  -  Luke Massey/ 2020V/ npl
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90694146 Red fox (Vulpes vulpes) cubs, Hertfordshire, England, UK, May Did you know? There are 45 different subspecies of Red fox, and as well as many colour variations© Luke Massey / 2020VISION / NPL
Little owl (Athene noctua) perched on a post, Essex, England, UK, June Did you know? The Latin name of the Little owl, Athene noctua, comes from the Greek goddess of wisdom Athena, whose symbol was an...  -  Luke Massey/ 2020V/ npl
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90694129 Little owl (Athene noctua) perched on a post, Essex, England, UK, June Did you know? The Latin name of the Little owl, Athene noctua, comes from the Greek goddess of wisdom Athena, whose symbol was an...© Luke Massey / 2020VISION / NPL
Common Lobster (Homarus gammarus), in a rock crevice, Lundy Island Marine Conservation Zone, Devon, England, UK, May Did you know? Lobster pincers are different sizes for different uses, one is for cu...  -  Linda Pitkin/ 2020V/ npl
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90694119 Common Lobster (Homarus gammarus), in a rock crevice, Lundy Island Marine Conservation Zone, Devon, England, UK, May Did you know? Lobster pincers are different sizes for different uses, one is for cu...© Linda Pitkin / 2020VISION / NPL
Split-level view of the River Leith, showing Water-crowfoot (Ranunculus fluitans subsp penicillatus) growing underwater, Cumbria, England, UK, September Did you know? Cumbria is one of the least densl...  -  Linda Pitkin/ 2020V/ npl
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90694099 Split-level view of the River Leith, showing Water-crowfoot (Ranunculus fluitans subsp penicillatus) growing underwater, Cumbria, England, UK, September Did you know? Cumbria is one of the least densl...© Linda Pitkin / 2020VISION / NPL
Golden-ringed dragonfly (Cordulegaster boltonii), Taynish National Nature Reserve, Argyll, Scotland, UK, June Did you know? The female Golden ringed dragonfly in the UK's longest dragonfly  -  Fergus Gill/ 2020V/ npl
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90694069 Golden-ringed dragonfly (Cordulegaster boltonii), Taynish National Nature Reserve, Argyll, Scotland, UK, June Did you know? The female Golden ringed dragonfly in the UK's longest dragonfly© Fergus Gill / 2020VISION / NPL
Male Goldeneye (Bucephala clangula), Hogganfield Loch, Glasgow, Scotland, UK, February Did you know? Goldeneyes forest ducks, which nest in trees  -  Fergus Gill/ 2020V/ npl
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90694063 Male Goldeneye (Bucephala clangula), Hogganfield Loch, Glasgow, Scotland, UK, February Did you know? Goldeneyes forest ducks, which nest in trees© Fergus Gill / 2020VISION / NPL
Skylark (Alauda arvensis) perched on a fence post, vocalising, Balranald RSPB reserve, North Uist, Outer Hebrides, Scotland, UK, June Did you know? The collective noun for a group of Skylarks is an ex...  -  Fergus Gill/ 2020V/ npl
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90694049 Skylark (Alauda arvensis) perched on a fence post, vocalising, Balranald RSPB reserve, North Uist, Outer Hebrides, Scotland, UK, June Did you know? The collective noun for a group of Skylarks is an ex...© Fergus Gill / 2020VISION / NPL
Male Corncrake (Crex crex) South Uist, Outer Hebrides, Scotland, UK, June Did you know? Corncrakes make a rasping call which sounds like a nail scraped along a comb  -  Fergus Gill/ 2020V/ npl
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90694044 Male Corncrake (Crex crex) South Uist, Outer Hebrides, Scotland, UK, June Did you know? Corncrakes make a rasping call which sounds like a nail scraped along a comb© Fergus Gill / 2020VISION / NPL
Male Ringed plover (Charadrius hiaticula) on beach, Outer Hebrides, Scotland, UK, June Did you know? When Plovers sense danger a parent bird will pretend to have a broken wing to distract predators  -  Fergus Gill/ 2020V/ npl
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90693999 Male Ringed plover (Charadrius hiaticula) on beach, Outer Hebrides, Scotland, UK, June Did you know? When Plovers sense danger a parent bird will pretend to have a broken wing to distract predators© Fergus Gill / 2020VISION / NPL
Aerial view of saltmarsh landscape, Abbotts Hall Farm Nature Reserve, Essex, England, UK, March 2012 2020VISION Exhibition Did you know? Salt marshes are great for removing and storing carbon dioxide...  -  Terry Whittaker/ 2020V/ npl
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90691022 Aerial view of saltmarsh landscape, Abbotts Hall Farm Nature Reserve, Essex, England, UK, March 2012 2020VISION Exhibition Did you know? Salt marshes are great for removing and storing carbon dioxide...© Terry Whittaker / 2020VISION / NPL
Water spray from a spinning fishing reel, River Tweed, Berwickshire, Scotland, UK, January 2012 2020VISION Exhibition 2020VISION Book Plate Did you know? The earliest record of use of fishing reels co...  -  Shaun Robertson/ 2020V/ npl
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90691018 Water spray from a spinning fishing reel, River Tweed, Berwickshire, Scotland, UK, January 2012 2020VISION Exhibition 2020VISION Book Plate Did you know? The earliest record of use of fishing reels co...© Shaun Robertson / 2020VISION / NPL
Scott's View looking towards Eildon Hill with the River Tweed in the foreground, Berwickshire, Scotland, UK, October 2011 2020VISION Exhibition 2020VISION Book Plate Did you know? u9 million has recen...  -  Joe Cornish/ 2020V/ npl
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90691016 Scott's View looking towards Eildon Hill with the River Tweed in the foreground, Berwickshire, Scotland, UK, October 2011 2020VISION Exhibition 2020VISION Book Plate Did you know? u9 million has recen...© Joe Cornish / 2020VISION / NPL
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