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Glossop Gazette Print E-mail

Nowt past Mottram Moor. Glossop's classiest, cheapest, localest, hottest newspaper. Available everywhere except Tesco

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Bat Surveys - UK Print E-mail
With 16 years experience of conducting high quality bat surveys worldwide, Mampam Conservation now offers bat surveys to UK specifications for planning purposes in Great Britain. Based in Glossop, we conduct bat surveys to extremely high standards and are fully licenced by Natural England and Scottish Natural Heritage. This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
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An Introduction to the Bats of Glossop Print E-mail

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About Mampam
Fish of Bui National Park

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According to many authoritative atlases and maps, Bui National Park is already underwater! But the hydro electric dam first planned in the 1920s was not started until August 24th 2007.  Now work has begun on a controversial hydroelectric dam that will destroy the riverine habitat of the park. Many millions of $$ were spent on the environmental impact assessment, but fortunately a team of poachers wildlife staff and students produced a much better guide to the Fishes of Bui National Park

 
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The Butaan Project
Butaan are Obligate Frugivores!
An obligate frugivore is an animal whose diet throughout its range consist largely of fruit. Other obligate frugivores in the Philippines include flying foxes, hornbills and other birds. The butaan is much larger than any other obligate frugivore in the Philippines and had a much more restricted diet; on Polillo the diet of adult butaan consists almost entirely of eight species of fruits and two species of snails.

 

 

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