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  • Discover ‘The Wizarding World of Harry Otter’

    Tuesday 17th October, 2017

    Devon Wildlife Trust Harry Otter event

    Uncover the magical side of Devon’s wildlife at a unique charity family fun day - ‘The Wizarding World of Harry Otter’.

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  • TV's Nick Baker helps kids go wild

    Wednesday 11th October, 2017

    The visit of TV naturalist and writer Nick Baker was the highlight for more than 170 children as they enjoyed a day in the great outdoors exploring the wilder side of Exeter’s Mincinglake Valley Park.

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  • Emily rides into town

    Thursday 28th September, 2017

    There’s a new bike on the streets of Exeter this autumn and it’ll be arriving at a school near you soon!

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  • Rare strawberry spider spotted at Meeth

    Tuesday 26th September, 2017

    A rare and remarkable looking spider has been discovered living at one of Devon Wildlife Trust's North Devon nature reserves.

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  • Devon residents go batty for science this summer

    Tuesday 26th September, 2017

    Collecting bat survey kit at Chudleigh Town Hall

    Hundreds of people in Devon have surveyed their gardens for bats this summer as part of the Devon Greater Horseshoe Bat Project.

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  • The Exe Estuary and its future

    Monday 25th September, 2017

    During summer 2017 we took part in the South East Devon Habitat Regulations Partnership Wildlife Refuge Areas Consultation. These are our views...

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  • Pupils to parade prehistoric reptile at carnival

    Thursday 7th September, 2017

    Staff at our East Devon visitor Seaton Jurassic attraction have teamed-up with a local school to produce what is bound to be one of the more unusual sites at this year’s eagerly-awaited Colyton Carnival.

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  • 800-year-old mill opens for Heritage Open Day celebration event

    Thursday 31st August, 2017

    Nigel FitzHugh milling at Cricklepit

    Cricklepit Mill, near Exeter Quay, is set to open its doors and turn its ancient waterwheel in celebration of Heritage Open Days, the UK’s largest heritage festival.

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  • Life found in North Devon dinosaur!

    Monday 14th August, 2017

    Bats have set up home in the belly of a triceratops in North Devon

    Sixty-six millions years after they were believed to have become extinct, life has been discovered once more in the body of a huge dinosaur.

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  • Bee creative at Devon Wildlife Trust’s family fun day

    Monday 24th July, 2017

    Bug hunting - Matt Austin

    Devon Wildlife Trust is inviting families to ‘bee creative in the garden’ at a special wild bee family fun day next week.

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