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August 30, 2018

The Harlequin Ladybird or Harmonia axyridis is one of the most invasive insect species in the world. The Harlequin Ladybird arrived in Britain in 2002, it took less than a decade to spread throughout the UK.  Harlequin ladybirds were introduced to North America as a bi...

October 10, 2017

Kent's Conservation Landscape Tool has gone live today on the Kent Wildlife Trust website. This collaborative project will help track biodiversity projects, past, present and future, and facilitate partnership working across the County. 

Kent Conservation Landscape Tool...

June 16, 2017

Until very recent years, the possibility of seeing a Red Kite in Kent at all would have been unthinkable. Persecuted into extinction across most of the UK by the beginning of the 20th Century, they were then re-introduced successfully in a handful of locations between...

May 16, 2017

Well it really was a mooching type of day here today at KMBRC HQ. With the temperature reaching a heady 22 degrees by lunchtime Tony was in his element as he headed out for not one but two mooches....

"A mid-morning mooch around the less intensively managed grasslands a...

May 11, 2017

A mid-morning break from my desk to the area of Brogdale Farm around the play area revealed:

Two Apionid weevils: Aspidapion aeneum and Malvapion malvae on the Common Mallow.  Also present was the Hollyhock rust mould Puccinia malvacearum.

Rambur’s Pied Sheildbug (Tritom...

May 2, 2017

Welcome to the new, shiny KMBRC website! Following a huge overhaul, we have put together a completely new site which we hope you will find easier to navigate. We have included buttons linking directly to the most up to date request forms and charging policy information...

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