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Writing and talking about the benefits of birdwatching for mental health and wellbeing ~ Supported by
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Bird Therapy 4h
Fieldfare portrait from today. Recently, these beautiful thrushes have offered me some wonderful opportunities to study their markings and behaviours.
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Bird Therapy 4h
Fieldfare portrait from today. Recently, these beautiful thrushes have offered me some wonderful opportunities to study their markings and behaviours.
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Bird Therapy 10h
Bird Therapy talk at Cambridge UCCRI on Saturday March 17th 17:00 is over half-booked in a 120 capacity venue. It’s free but you have to book - details here
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Bird Therapy 11h
Lovely words! So true as well - I love my garden Pigeons!
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Bird Therapy Feb 21
Chack, Chack! Walking forward and back. A hypnotic sight. Bold and upright. The generals of the paddock. The flock roves - nomadic, With syncopated gait, the thrushes congregate. Suddenly aware, they fly, Take care! I found the Fieldfare.
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Bird Therapy 23h
Your guide to British Butterflies DVD got a shout out at the start of from Giles 🙂🦋❤️ he should have put it on!
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Bird Therapy Feb 23
Just had a look, very interesting. Not accepting submissions until April but I’ve signed up to the mailing list!
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Bird Therapy Feb 23
Replying to @debbo_fisko
Nope, will have a look. I’ve been restructuring the whole book and it’s starting to make real sense 😎
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Bird Therapy Feb 23
How cool is this! Bird Therapy represented in Africa 🙂❤️🐦
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Bird Therapy Feb 23
Thanks :-)
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Bird Therapy Feb 23
Replying to @ocdaction
I was referred for CBT and then discharged after one session, as I was ‘doing it myself’ apparently. Have been thinking of trying again recently.
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Bird Therapy Feb 23
Replying to @simonbarneswild
I love this observation Simon, it’s a great moment when it happens at my patch!
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Bird Therapy Feb 23
Yep, that’s a Little Egret. There are also Cattle Egret and Great White Egret too 😎
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Bird Therapy Feb 23
I haven't been able to write a fresh blog on OCD this week, but this one, from January, is a candid exploration of what anxiety and OCD are like for me -feel free to use it if you like;
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Bird Therapy Feb 23
Replying to @Joe_stockwell
Best tweet I’ve seen in ages! Exactly what the entire ethos of my work is all about. Such a pleasing and reassuring thing to read!
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Bird Therapy Feb 23
Replying to @PositiveNewsUK
I attended a session with the Street Doctors last year - it was fantastic!
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Bird Therapy Feb 23
Swooping, loping, languid flight. Over field, flushed-Buzzard fright. Past the pylon and out of sight. Late afternoon, passing, regal Red Kite.
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Bird Therapy Feb 22
Replying to @normanlamb
Will do. Just wanted to make you aware of my writing and upcoming walk really.
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Bird Therapy Feb 22
Hi Norman, what’s the best way to contact you?
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Bird Therapy Feb 22
Rhought you might like this reflection on Fieldfares. Stunning flock yesterday.
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