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The Somerset Wildlife Trust is bringing local businesses together in partnership to continue this work which is bringing nature right on to our doorstep and helping people to engage with the wonderful wildlife around them.
Last year we helped The Somerset Wildlife Trust to maintain the banks of the River Tone outside our Head Office; this offered essential maintenance, but also helped to develop skills within our teams too.
Mark Blake, of Somerset Wildlife Trust, said: "It would have been very disturbing for the birds - almost as if a giant bird of prey had arrived.
Last year populations of the large blue butterfly fell at Green Down nature reserve, managed by the Somerset Wildlife Trust, as a result of a spring drought and poor weather during the flight period.
Somerset Wildlife Trust has also provided 7 new interpretation boards along the stretch, to reveal more about the stunning wildlife and landscape features that walkers will be able to see and enjoy along Somersets brilliant coast.
It comes with the offering of Au750,000 from the People's Postcode Lottery to a joint venture of the Royal Bath and West, South-West FWAG and the Somerset Wildlife Trust for work to slow the rate of floodwater run-off from the upper catchment.
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