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Have you ever wondered what goes on in our countryside? Well the NGO Educational Trust is here to help you understand more about what happens when we manage the countryside and when we don't.

This section of the website will bring you regular topical articles written by journalists, gamekeepers and research professionals. They will help you to understand how the countryside works. They will address the issues facing the gamekeepers and land managers and will show us how difficult the balance is between conservation and legislation.

New articles will appear on a monthly basis to further your love and understanding of the great countryside around us all. If you are interested in the countryside you can find many more articles in our Archives.

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GWCT Species of the Month

Slow Worms

Slow Worms

The first thing to say about slow-worms is that they are neither a worm nor a snake, but a lizard without legs. They are also sometimes called “blind-worms” – and they are not blind either!

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GWCT Species of the Month: The Mayfly

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Curlew Country

GWCT Guest Blog: Curlew Country?

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Manx Shearwater

GWCT Species of the Month: Manx Shearwater

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Fairy Shrimp

GWCT Species of the Month: Fairy Shrimp

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