Matt Shardlow

CEO of Buglife - The Invertebrate Conservation Trust @buzz_dont_tweet, Conservationist and Country Diarist

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Country diary: wild cats and mole crickets are long gone but the polecat's back
January, 22 2019
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Country diary: the raven's call sounds oddly out of place
November, 27 2018
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Country diary: this flailed landscape still has stories to tell
October, 27 2018
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Country diary: lost in wonder in the underwater jungle
September, 25 2018
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Country diary: more slithering predators, please
August, 28 2018
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Country diary: hopes pinned on a butterfly's wings
July, 24 2018
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Country diary: my moth trap nets the usual suspects and a rare newcomer
June, 29 2018
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Country diary: the buzz of springtime
April, 24 2018
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Country diary: conflicted by the regimented lines of coppicing
March, 27 2018
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Country diary: with luck and help, the chequered skipper will rise again
February, 23 2018
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Country diary: snow has drained the forest of colour
January, 26 2018
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Country diary: in Richard I's day this field was a hi-tech hub
December, 22 2017
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Country diary: the remains of harlequin ladybirds suggest predation by a rodent
November, 24 2017
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Country diary: prickly or bitter, wild lettuce is thriving
October, 27 2017
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Country diary: ancient survivors and wild dune edges
September, 22 2017
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Why would a wasp persist in trying to fly up out of its tent trap?
August, 25 2017
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Bream sunbathe in Ælfgifu’s river
July, 28 2017
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The long-jump prize goes to … the froghopper
June, 23 2017
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Skippers and kings in the chalk rubble reserve
May, 26 2017
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Shifting ground has suited the colonies
April, 28 2017
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Lives on the limestone: catkins and bugs in boles
March, 24 2017
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Laxton kites claw back their heritage
March, 3 2017
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The saltmarsh has its own rich tang of whisky, earth and algae
January, 27 2017
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The snap of a twig, the running of the deer
December, 23 2016
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Berries festoon the quarry reserve
November, 25 2016
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Tour England's countryside in one London garden
October, 27 2016
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An exuberance of life on the undrained fen
September, 26 2016
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Beneath the lily leaf hides a tiny water snail
August, 30 2016
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Wildflower heaven in the west of Ireland
July, 25 2016
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The Nene tributary without a name
June, 24 2016
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Blossom and bulls on a walk to Bucknell Wood
May, 23 2016
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Revitalised and calmed by an English wood in spring
April, 29 2016
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Rolling history among herb-rich dunes
March, 25 2016
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A chance for sphagnum is a chance for all
February, 26 2016
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In the footsteps of the Romans
January, 22 2016
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Nature skips a season
January, 1 2016
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Farewell to autumn
November, 27 2015
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Strange creatures rising from the clay
October, 23 2015
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Our debt to the dung beetle
September, 25 2015
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Life is languid in the drowsy wood
August, 28 2015
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No stone left unturned
July, 24 2015
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Fluty calls from behind the wheelie bins
May, 22 2015
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The original pesticide
October, 3 2014
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The wood beats with the first signs of autumn
September, 4 2014
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This is a big landscape full of little treasures
May, 14 2014
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Butterfly wings are where nature paints its pictures
April, 16 2014
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Among the dry grass stems is an insect that looks like a shiny orange cranefly
March, 19 2014
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Here comes the sun – and the midges
February, 19 2014
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A splash of real colour bursts out of an oak twig
January, 22 2014
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A fragile existence on the dynamic cusp of land and sea
December, 25 2013
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Matt Shardlow is a writer who has produced content for theguardian.com
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Country Diary, Chequered Skipper, Lower Benefield, Nature Reserve, Fermyn Woods, Rockingham Forest, Bright Yellow, Red Kite, Hazel Coppice, Little White
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