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thewildoutside 2015 Desktop Calendar Competition 

We’ve teamed up with our friends at Opticron again and we’re very pleased to announce another fantastic competition with yet another amazing prize from Opticron!

We’ll be giving you more details on the prize shortly, but let’s be honest you know it’ll be fantastic so let’s get this competition under way!

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Wildlife Crime Aware(TM)

Wildlife Crime is everywhere, but so are we!

For far too long, WildlifeCriminals have gotten away with illegally killing or illegally disturbing our wildlife in plain sight, without any real fear of being caught. This is for two reasons...

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What is Wildlife Crime?

Wildlife Crime is ANY action that contravenes wildlife protection legislation - including and not limited to the Persecution of or Harm of any species of Bird of Prey including: Poisoning, Shooting, Trapping, Theft of chicks & the Disturbance of their nests & nest building, trading of eggs, and in Scotland Obstructing & or Preventing a wild bird from using its nest. Find out more in the full article

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Website Updates May - June 2014

We’re always looking to provide further wildlife information and features on thewildoutside.com, but this can make things

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Ltl Acorn 5210A 12MP Trail Camera

 

Covert 940nm Infrared

A budget buy 12mp Trail Camera for capturing wildlife images remotely

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Evo 1000w 48v electric Scooter

I know what you’re thinking, why on earth are they testing an electric scooter… well I can totally understand where you’re coming from if you have

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Could you help us spread the word to other like minded wildlife lovers out there?

Do you have your own website or blog?

You could really help us, to make this an even better community, by spreading the word about thewildoutside.com in a couple of ways.

1) If you can find a space for us on your website or blog, please add the image above or a text link to your site and a link back to www.thewildoutside.com (see a few examples below)

2) If you have a twitter account and don't have a website, please add www.thewildoutside.com into your profile in the website space.

Thank you for supporting us!

Example 1 - Holding Moments Have added us to the side of their blog

Example 2 - Farm on the hill have been very kind and enlarged our image/link in their conservation page

Example 3 - Georgia has added us to her lichfields wildlife blog and links column

 

Example 4 - Duncan has added us as a link to his Lilac Grove blog 

 

These are just a few examples of the very kind members and twitter followers who've linked back to us so far and we would just like to say a huge THANK YOU to everyone who's been very kind enough to help us! 

Latest Recorded Sightings

Red Squirrel

Red Squirrel

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Wild Geese

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Dragonfly

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Painted Lady

Painted Lady

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Wheatear

Wheatear

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stock dove

stock dove

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long tailed tit

long tailed tit

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tswny owl

tswny owl

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yellow wagtail

yellow wagtail

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wheatear

wheatear

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grey squirrel

grey squirrel

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pied wagtail

pied wagtail

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grey partridge

grey partridge

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yellow wagtail

yellow wagtail

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little owl

little owl

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Common Cormorant

Common Cormorant

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red squirrel

red squirrel

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