The New Year saw 2012 named the wettest year on record in England, and it will be interesting to see the impact this will have on wildlife in 2013. It certainly has been wet, but hasn’t been as cold as we might normally expect at this time of year. Despite a few early frosts, we’ve enjoyed an unusually mild December and early January. As a result, we’ve continued to see a number of autumnal species, particularly fungi, flourishing well into winter. As we progress through winter, we’ve had the opportunity to take on new habitat management projects and look forward to the wildlife highlights to come. Find out more about what we’ve been up to and what you might expect.

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