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I am left feeling unnerved by the sudden presence of a bird wreathed in superstition and legend at my kitchen window.
Dara McAnulty's Diary of a Young Naturalist is written in tumbling, intelligent, young prose that rolls quickly through the year.
Feeling a bit unproductive, I put on my boots and head outside to push broad beans into the earth.
Leaves can indicate the entire condition of an organism, and it repays every gardener to take notice.
There is a great, third kingdom of life lying hidden at our feet – that of the fungi.
The same nature documentaries that once took great pains to remove humans from the frame are now desperate to return us to the story.
As global lockdowns lift, prospects for the natural world look more fraught than ever.