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Conservation Work Party at Eycott Hill Site of Special Scientific Interest

Friday 1st August 2014,
10.00am - 3.30pm

Venue: Eycott Hill

Eycott Hill is a fantastic upland landscape of volcanic crags, rolling moorland and valley mires. Cumbria Wildlife Trust is in the process of acquiring this important site to protect its future and improve it for wildlife.

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A-Z of Wildlife

Photo of Badger

Name: Badger

Scientific name: Meles meles

Category: Mammals

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