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Country diary: sandhoppers are nature’s refuse workers

Country diary: sandhoppers are nature’s refuse workers

Langstone Harbour, Hampshire: As they break down rubbish on the strandline, the tiny crustaceans may however be contributing to the spread of secondary microplastics

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Country diary: the hedgerows are full of fairytale gifts

Country diary: the hedgerows are full of fairytale gifts

Barton-le-Willows, North Yorkshire: just weeks ago we were sledging on these hills. Now the branches are laden again, this time with floral snow

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Country diary: the marshes are alive with the sound of birdsong

Country diary: the marshes are alive with the sound of birdsong

Waltham Brooks, West Sussex: Newcomers are adding their voices to the morning chorus, alert to the emerging incects

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Country diary: carp find their quarry but become easy prey in the shallows

Country diary: carp find their quarry but become easy prey in the shallows

Stanhope, Weardale: A watchful heron awaits his moment as the fish introduced to this former industrial landscape gorge on a rich supply of damselfly nymphs

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Drug users are flocking here from across the country on the  Spice trail to Manchester

Drug users are flocking here from across the country on the Spice trail to Manchester

The devastating impact of the drug on the city was laid bare in court

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Country diary: the heather is a burnt burgundy, the grass yellowed

Country diary: the heather is a burnt burgundy, the grass yellowed

Rombalds Moor, West Yorkshire: We can’t blame the heatwave for this desiccated landscape – we’ve spent decades deliberately drying out our peatland habitats

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Country diary: metamorphosis in a museum tower

Country diary: metamorphosis in a museum tower

Oxford: For 70 years, researchers have been watching ‘particularly hideous’ young swifts turn into long-winged angels

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Amazon Prime Day strike: THOUSANDS of staff walk out - but why are workers striking?

Amazon Prime Day strike: THOUSANDS of staff walk out - but why are workers striking?

THOUSANDS of Amazon workers are striking on the same day the internet giant launched its global shopping sale - but why are employees protesting against Amazon and which ones are participating?

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Wonderful cell-building habits of the leafcutter bee: Country diary archive, 19 July 1918

Wonderful cell-building habits of the leafcutter bee: Country diary archive, 19 July 1918

19 July 1918 Clean-edged oblongs and circles cut from leaves are used to build the cells of their nests

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Country diary: I looked into the eyes of Britain s most savage killer

Country diary: I looked into the eyes of Britain s most savage killer

Aigas, Highlands: The weasel may be tiny, but this fierce predator can dispatch and drag off a full-grown rabbit 25 times its size – and has a stare that even humans can find unnerving

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