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Discover nature – 8 birds you can spot in Brighton and Hove

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BIRDS are all around us in the streets, our garden and in parks. Here in Brighton and Hove we have numerous seagulls and the evening delight of starlings flocking around the pier at night, writes Sarah Booker Lewis. Even tiny babies can delight at spotting the birds flying around, so why not join in the […]


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Search for Snowdogs – have fun while you learn

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Spotting Snowdogs is a new sport in Brighton and Hove. It’s like Pokemon Go in real life with something to touch and enjoy, writes Sarah Booker Lewis. For children of all ages it is a wonderful learning experience with added excitement when you come across a giant colourful dog in an unexpected place. When they […]


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Spotting butterflies in Brighton and Hove

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Butterflies are a sure sign of summer. At the end of July and beginning of August the Butterfly Conservation Trust is asking families to spend 15 minutes looking for butterflies in their gardens, writes Sarah Booker Lewis. In the UK the butterfly population has fallen, with 76% of native and migrating species in decline. Sir […]


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Mini beasts are everywhere

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  Minibeasts are everywhere. Children are often fascinated by insects, arachnids and invertebrates they see every day. Look at the snail with its long eyes. See how the woodlouse curls up when you pick it up. Slime, goo and small crawling creatures are in the gardens, parks and even in the home. Some of the […]


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