Naturalists urge British public to help wildlife survive the hot weather

Guardian: Gull chick taking a splash! Heatwaves and hot weather are affecting local wildlife too While many of us are enjoying the heatwave, naturalists have urged the British public to help wildlife struggling to survive as water and food supplies have dwindled in the heat. After six consecutive days of 30C-plus temperatures and with rainfall at only around 15% of average monthly totals so far, wardens at The Lodge in Sandy, an RSPB nature reserve in Bedfordshire, are working to keep their animals,......

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