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Wildlife & exotics news headlines

Study to explore threat of fatal disease in deer Study to explore threat of fatal disease in deer
Findings will inform control strategies for chronic wasting disease. Read More

Scottish SPCA appeals for building materials for National Wildlife Rescue Centre

Wildlife park prepares for record-breaking pine hoverfly breeding season
"It is really exciting to have more larvae pupating than ever before" - Dr Helen Taylor. Read More

Squirrels' larger brains allowed them to thrive in woodlands - study finds

Squirrels' larger brains allowed them to thrive in woodlands - study finds
Tree-dwelling rodents evolved to have greater brain power than burrowing relatives. Read More


New exotic species webinar website launched

New exotic species webinar website launched
Just Exotics aims to help professionals broaden their exotic species knowledge. Read More

Vet students win grant to safeguard hedgehogs

Vet students win grant to safeguard hedgehogs
Funding to protect wildlife at University of Edinburgh's Easter Bush campusRead More



Government-backed campaign urges public to 'give seals space'

Government-backed campaign urges public to 'give seals space'

Consideration when out walking is needed to prevent injury and even death.

Petition launched to stop importation of honeybees via NI

Petition launched to stop importation of honeybees via NI
Concerns raised over the potential impact of small hive beetle on British bees. Read More

Study reveals impact of COVID-19 litter on wildlife

Study reveals impact of COVID-19 litter on wildlife
Biologists call for help to better identify the consequences. Read More