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- A fox moth caterpillar photographed in October in England October 2021, England
- A common field grasshopper photographed in October in England October 2021, England
- Photo of Cormorant in a Cambridge tree February 2018, by the river Cam in a designated Local Nature Reserve
- ‘Effective altruism’ author speaks in Cambridge 13 October 2017, William MacAskill at Cambridge Union, Bridge Street
- ClientEarth, a novel environmental law charity, discussed by its founder 26 November 2017, Cambridge: James Thornton, Martin Goodman and Brian Eno in discussion
- The Telegraph article: Forget butterflies - it's moths you need to entice to the garden Ken Thompson, The Telegraph, 21 Jul 2015
- The Cambridge Independent article: King’s College Cambridge to create wildflower meadow on its famous chapel lawn Alex Spencer, The Cambridge Independent, 26 January 2020