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Nature spotting has soared during lockdown, iRecord app shows

“However, the wellbeing effects of engaging with nature are well known – so it would be wonderful to spread the news of how people can engage with nature – with benefits to their wellbeing – wherever they are.“Indeed all of the activities that we promoted during the project could be done in parks, gardens and small areas of green space like those weedy corners in towns, which can be wonderful for plants and insects if we pause and look. And some of the activities were citizen science. So people not only engaged with nature, they shared their sightings with others for the benefit of nature as well.”For more information about the iRecord series of apps see www.brc.ac.uk/irecord or visit your app store and search for ‘iRecord App’. Lancaster Guardian…





Burgers win hands down in the wishlist of last meals

Anne-Marie Gayer, senior brand manager at Birds Eye, which released the results of the study,  said “We’re clearly a nation of burger connoisseurs, so it’s no surprise that we’re picky about what goes in (and what stays out) of our perfect beef burger.“ Lancaster Guardian…