Tom Wood

Lumps, bumps, humps and how to date dirt! Members Public

I’m spending a lot time of thinking about archaeology at the moment. Apart from watching Time Team and marvelling and the various fashions of Tony Robinson and how Phil’s shorts conceal less than they should, I have never had more than a passing interest in the subject, but

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Designated? But what do all the letters mean? Members Public

Reading a recent edition of the Moorlander whilst sat in my local pub, I read an article about the recently published State of Nature report, which if you read what has been written (or the report itself) is all pretty depressing. Nature in the UK is not doing at all

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2.5 million shades of grey Members Public

The Grey Squirrel. We see it everywhere, all through the year, in all weathers. It’s one of the first bits of wildlife we are exposed to as children and one of the earliest ones we learn to name. But of course the grey squirrel is most definitely not a

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