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Here you can find out what Watchers are getting up to on the Wildlife Watch website. All your sightings and nature diary entries are displayed here so you can stay in touch with what's happening.

 


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Nature Diary entry by Mergan_ulus

2018-02-03 19:01:41
The answer was swifts they can travel really far

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Nature Diary entry by Starlugra

2018-02-03 10:49:06
I am so excited! My package has arrived! I got some stickers, a badge, a membership card and some ot

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Nature Diary entry by Tailed_ulus

2018-02-02 21:06:30
did you know swifts can fly over 40000 miles in a life time

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Nature Diary entry by Mergan_ulus

2018-02-02 21:01:29
i have seen a bird it looked really intresting what am I thinking of

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Nature Diary entry by Mergan_ulus

2018-02-02 19:26:36
yesterday i spotted some frogspawn it was all weird and jelly like

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Nature Diary entry by Mergan_ulus

2018-02-02 19:03:59
today i saw a robin it was amazing i never knew red could be so bright !

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Nature Diary entry by Starlugra

2018-02-02 11:51:55
Here is my otter drawing.

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Nature Diary entry by Starlugra

2018-02-02 11:02:55
Otters are a semi-aquatic fish-eating mammal of the weasel family, It is a medium-sized creature wit

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Comment by Gannet_es

2018-02-01 18:02:49
i've always wanted to see a long tailed tit but it's is only great tits and blue tits that i see in my garden.
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Nature Diary entry by Gannet_es

2018-02-01 17:58:04
this morning i saw a bird i had never seen before and although it was just a silote i'm almost certa

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