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Magnificent Moths

Moths are wonderful. Massively overlooked and overshadowed by their equally wonderful and beautiful butterfly relatives. Many associate moths with their ...
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Hedge Laying

Think of the actions of a beaver. They create dams that produce pools in which they can protect themselves from ...
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Team Wilder’s First Impressions

Even though the three of us had to isolate for a week due to Covid secure measures we found ourselves ...
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Unfencing Sharpham

I have a new and lasting respect for the humble bramble. A few feet into a bush so tall and ...
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The Traineeship – the first 2 weeks

The traineeship takes place over 12 weeks and contains a broad programme of conservation training. Within the course is scope ...
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Ambios Nature Conservation Training: The Autumn Cohort

One good thing about a global pandemic – if you’re joining an Ambios training placement – is being forced to ...
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Trainees embark on a summer with Ambios

After a period of uncertainty due to Covid-19, we are delighted to welcome our summer trainees to Lower Sharpham Farm ...
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Making a career change into the conservation sector

Jazz Austin is an avid conservationist, and seven years ago realised that she wanted to use her career to make ...
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Q & A from Conservation Careers Webinar – Part 2

During our recent live Webinar on Conservation Careers – where are the jobs and how do you write a covering ...
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Q&A from Conservation Careers Webinar – part 1

During our recent live Webinar on Conservation Careers – where are the jobs and how do you write a covering ...
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