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WORKING TO PROTECT DWINDLING NUMBERS

3 March 2017

A National Trust parkland, near Worcester, is working hard to help the ever dwindling population of nightingales.
Once a common defining sign of spring, the nightingale’s chorus is now rarely heard but conservation management by the rangers at Croome is providing this globally threatened species with ideal conditions to thrive.

MOTHER’S DAY ARRIVES EARLY FOR SAFARI STAFF…

1 March 2017

West Midland Safari Park announced a number of important animal births over the past year, but it wasn’t just the animals who were experiencing a baby boom.
Whilst the rhinos, giraffes and African painted dogs welcomed new arrivals, there were eight members of staff who were preparing for their very own special arrivals, all within the space of a year.