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Podcast on spiders, by Brett Westwood

Welcome! Here is a podcast on Spiders:

Brett Westwood tells us why we find spiders in the bath, as well as many fascinating facts about these eight-legged creatures – we hope you enjoy it

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Part of the Maligned Species project: a free online resource involving both ecologists and poets – the aim is to encourage poetry-writing on the subject of spiders, frogs, stinging nettles, and grey squirrels – culminating in four poetry ebooks – one on each subject.

BUGLIFE Main logo High res RGBMonies from the sale of the Spiders ebook (priced £2.99 and available from February 2016) will be donated to Buglife.Submissions for poetry will be open in January 2016

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5 Responses to Podcast on spiders, by Brett Westwood

  1. fairacrepressnadia October 29, 2015 at 4:41 pm #

    Thanks for this blog Pete Boardman fantastic blog from an entomologist extraordinaire x praise indeed – yes – I could listen to Brett Westwood for days and days on end ! AND we got to see ivy bees and the nigma spider in Stourbridge !! Nadia x

  2. erikleo January 18, 2016 at 10:24 am #

    Listeners may be interested in a fantasy series about intelligent man-eating spiders called Spider World by Colin Wilson!

  3. Nadia March 1, 2016 at 10:03 am #

    It is a wonderful podcast, isn’t it Kaite? Brett Westwood is such a lovely man – and so jam-packed full of facts and love for the subject. And yours is a wonderful blog, Kaite. Thanks for inviting me as guest blogger 🙂 Nadia x

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