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Stand & Deliver - Getting Stuck Into The Rut

Behind the Camera  16/07/2021
Question: Is it feasible to put two remote cameras on a deer rutting stand in a thickly wooded area of the forest and stream them live onto the internet, 24 hours a day? Carnyx Wild in collaboration with Forestry England decided to take up the...

Wallasea Island Wild Coast Project

Conservation for the 21st century, on a scale never before attempted in the UK!  12/07/2021
Four hundred years ago, the Essex coast was a wild and stunning place, a haven for wildlife and a source of livelihood for local communities. Sadly, by 2010, little of this remained. The Wild Coast Project planned to combat the threats from...

Streampunk Wild, Wildlife: A stalk on the wild side

Feed Magazine Issue 12 - An article by Chelsea Fearnley  06/07/2021

Using IP cameras and low impact technology, the RSPB can monitor vulnerable and remote habitats in real time, providing valuable information for species conservation and broadening the knowledge base for future management techniques.

The tide is turning at Alkborough Flats

Reducing flood risks and creating wildlife habitats  02/07/2021
The Humber estuary varies from 3m during neap tide to 6m during spring tide. The high water level at Goole on a spring tide is more than 1m above the level at Spurn. During extreme events, water levels can be up to 3m above normal. CARNYX WILD...