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The Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wildlife Trust. The Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wildlife Trust's vision is to create an environment rich in wildlife, valued by all.
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BBO Wildlife Trust 1h
DYK...the ponies on our reserves are important conservation officers? Their selective grazing creates many different habitats for wildlife.
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Print out a spotter sheet of autumn leaves for children...and curious adults!
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Today has been published - 200 ideas for creating a Wilder Britain, including many supported by . will have a stand at on Saturday - do come along. Read the manifesto >
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Chris Packham 21h
We have huge problems - we need solutions . In conjunction with I , and a parliament of 17 others , offer 200 ideas to make a real and rapid difference . is free to download from midnight Please RT
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DYK the common garden or cross spider you see in September gardens can make 7 different kinds of web, each with unique properties!
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Did you know, the first record of a game of conkers was in the Isle of Wight in 1848. Have you had a game this year? Photo by Alan Price.
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Have you seen the amazing hawthorn berries (haws) festooning hedgerows this month? They're a feast for birds (and for our eyes!)
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Did you know, the Lye Valley in Oxford City is 8,000 years old and is one of the first sites to be recorded by Tudor botanists. Come and celebrate this amazing place on Wed 26 September
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BBO Wildlife Trust Sep 18
Red kites - a wonderful conservation success story!
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BBO Wildlife Trust Sep 17
There is severe pressure on the area between Oxford and Cambridge. We are looking for a coordinator to bring together NGOs to support a vision for nature between Oxford and Cambridge. Come and work for us and help give nature a voice.
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BBO Wildlife Trust Sep 17
Here's a handy guide to get started bug-spotting!
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BBO Wildlife Trust Sep 17
If you are coming to the this Saturday, you can download a special recording of birdsong to play from your phone on the walk to recreate the sound of the 44 million birds we have lost from our country.
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BBO Wildlife Trust Sep 17
Essential members of the team!
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The Wildlife Trusts Sep 16
The tale of nature reserve is one of hope, struggle and transformation. It’s all been worth it for the that now calls it home. Read their story.
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BBO Wildlife Trust Sep 17
Thank you Judy, and thank you for all your hard work for
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BBO Wildlife Trust Sep 16
Beautiful autumn colours 🍂
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Sam Cartwright Sep 16
Excellent training day with learning more about these little guys (guess the pip!) and their fellow native flying furries. Highly recommended!
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BBO Wildlife Trust Sep 16
Next weekend, Saturday 22 Sept: Walk for Wildlife, for everybody who cares about wildlife. More details here
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BBO Wildlife Trust Sep 16
Our opposition to the Oxford to Cambridge Expressway is featured in today’s Thanks for visiting our reserves
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BBO Wildlife Trust Sep 16
Who's been nibbling hazelnuts? Take a woodland walk this weekend and see if you can identify which woodland creatures have eaten any hazelnuts or acorns you find.
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