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Matthew Oates, National Trust

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Michael McCarthy, The Independent

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Articles:

Issue Pages Title
British Wildlife 30.4 April 2019 272-276 Don’t let the grass grow under your feet (record it, and other events, for Nature’s Calendar instead)
British Wildlife 29.4 April 2018 253-257 Half a dozen of our heroes: Topics from Nature's Calendar/UK Phenology Network
British Wildlife 28.4 April 2017 244-247 What was the effect of the warmest December on record? Topics from Nature’s Calendar/UK Phenology Network
British Wildlife 27.4 April 2016 265-268 The Speed of Spring 2015: Results from Nature's Calendar
British Wildlife 26.4 April 2015 267-270 Centenaries, masting and speed: Topics from Nature's Calendar/UK Phenology Network
British Wildlife 25.4 April 2014 258-261 A tale of two springs: Topics from Nature's Calendar/UK Phenology Network
British Wildlife 24.4 April 2013 265-268 Snow, Snowdrops, lawns and observers – Topics from Nature's Calendar/UK Phenology Network
British Wildlife 23.4 April 2012 252-255 Phenology in 2011: an unusual year?
British Wildlife 22.4 April 2011 254-257 ‘No matter how long the winter, spring is sure to follow‘
British Wildlife 21.4 April 2010 236-239 ‘Climate is what we expect, weather is what we get.’
British Wildlife 19.4 April 2008 260-263 The UK Phenology Network hits double figures
British Wildlife 17.4 April 2006 237-241 The UK Phenology Network – some highlights from 2005
British Wildlife 16.4 April 2005 251-256 Nature's calendar – 2004 results from the UK Phenology Network
British Wildlife 15.4 April 2004 245-250 Nature's changing seasons – 2003 results from the UK Phenology Network
British Wildlife 14.4 April 2003 229-232 The science that redefines the seasons. Recent results from the UK Phenology Network
British Wildlife 13.5 June 2002 305-311 Flying earlier in the year – The phenological responses of butterflies and moths to climate change
British Wildlife 10.2 December 1998 77-81 Spring 1998 – A summary of the first pilot year of a revived UK phenological network

"British Wildlife is the pulsating heart of the UK nature conservation movement."

Matthew Oates, National Trust

"The most important and informative publication on wildlife of our times"

Michael McCarthy, The Independent

"Packed with readable, thoughtful, up to date articles; written by ecologists and naturalists for ecologists and naturalists"

Nick Baker, Presenter and Naturalist