bluestarfish You can tell it's a posh school when the signs are in Latin... 2d

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bluestarfish The camouflaged toad under the log we picked up to see woodlice. 2d

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bluestarfish After the course came hone and IDed some woodlice in our garden over a cup of tea. 2d

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bluestarfish I went on a woodlouse ID course at the Natural History Museum. The top right picture is us ignoring the lesser stag beetle to look at woodlice. It was exciting using microscopes and keys as it's been so long. 2d

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bluestarfish Spot the four grey lag chicks on the Thames foreshore... 5d

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bluestarfish This mysterious fenced in square in the park mysteriously gets ponies every now and then. 6d

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bluestarfish Irises in our garden are looking pretty this year. 7d

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bluestarfish One pipistrelle bat (dead) with a bumblebee for size comparison. 1w

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bluestarfish A magnified leaf through a smartphone microscope kit. Info on Instructables but demoed by BRC/CEH at the Big Nature Day at the Natural History Museum yesterday. Fun! 1w

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bluestarfish More and more places are officially interpreted...break free! It's only page 4 and I already like this book. 1w

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bluestarfish Lesser stag beetle seen earlier this evening at Camley Street Nature Park. 2w

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bluestarfish Goslings on today's walk near Hampton Ferry. With a massive shout out to the ferry who didn't bat an eyelid when we wanted to bring a wheelchair on, thanks guys!! 2w

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bluestarfish Long-necked friend. 3w

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bluestarfish Worst cat!! Sleeping in the sun at London Zoo. 3w

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bluestarfish The swifts are back in our local park!! (Not in picture as flying too fast...) 3w

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