Countryside

A New Poet In Residence Writes About Exmoor Farming

Exmoor National Park Authority is funding a poetry project that will tell the story of moorland farming today. Read More

Take A Land Rover Tour With Exmoor National Park

Exmoor National Park is offering visitors and locals an insight into a park ranger’s duties through a series of special, 6-hour day tours.

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The Sounds Of Silence – Why Exmoor’s Aural Soundscape Is Special

Mark Ferguson can enjoy the magic of Exmoor with his eyes closed! He has worked professionally as a sound recordist and is now recording our wildlife sounds for his PhD project.

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The Special Qualities OF Exmoor Horn Sheep Wool

If you had to live outdoors on Exmoor, and in all weathers, you’d become quite hardy. And that’s certainly one of the qualities of Exmoor horn sheep.

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Identifying Exmoor’s Winter Trees

If you think that it is difficult to identify Exmoor’s broad leaf trees in the middle of winter, think again. Exmoor National Park’s Robin Offer will reveal how wildlife and fungi can help nature lovers recognise the different species of trees in Exmoor’s woodlands.

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Merlin Helicopters Used To Restore Exmoor Walking Route

Two Merlin Helicopters will hover above Exmoor on Wednesday (5th December) when pilots from the Commando Helicopter Force, a unit of the Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm, deposit stones to assist repairs of the Two Moors Way.

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The Exmoor Society At Sixty

The Exmoor Society celebrates its 60th birthday this weekend. Keri Jones meets Chairman Rachel Thomas in their Dulverton headquarters.

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Talk Explains Why Heather Is Burned On Exmoor

Have you ever wondered why moorland is burned on Exmoor? Head to Bossington Hill car park at 2pm on Friday and you’ll find out!

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