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Writing & speaking about the benefits of birdwatching for mental health/wellbeing ~ book due summer 2019. Supported by and working with
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Unbound Sep 9
This week, our newsletter shone the spotlight on our books, from , , and many more.
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Bird Therapy Aug 31
Deactivating this account was rash, as my words and openness seem to help and resonate with others. I can still be emailed at birdtherapy@hotmail.co.uk - please do, but I won’t be tweeting again until next year. My reasons are in this blog:
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Bird Therapy Aug 29
Replying to @_birdy09
Hi Graham. Actually, you’re one of be first people to ask! It’s due out next summer, probably July. I’m hoping to get a firm date fairly soon. Sorry to keep you waiting.
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Bird Therapy Aug 29
You should see the rest Melissa, they’re stunning 💚💚💚
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Bird Therapy Aug 29
If you love and care about then spread the Bird Therapy message, by wearing a logo t-shirt. Available for three more days.
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Bird Therapy Aug 29
Well done Donna, that’s awesome! Lovely pic too 💚
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Bird Therapy Aug 28
Replying to @DBradleyWriter
I’d pay £400 to see one at my patch. Ridiculous figure.
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Bird Therapy Aug 28
Ooh - beautiful Niki. What birds did you see? 💚🐦💚🐦
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Bird Therapy Aug 28
Replying to @outdoorperscrip
It’s featured in the opening chapter of the book actually. as it used to define who I was, along with drug-taking. I basically had to rediscover myself. I don’t tweet about it a lot, maybe I should. 3 years sober now.
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Bird Therapy Aug 28
Replying to @outdoorperscrip
As someone recovering from an alcohol problem, I feel I should watch this. I read snippets about it, but missed that it was on. Best thing I ever did, stopping drinking.
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Bird Therapy Aug 28
Thanks Ashlea 💚
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Bird Therapy Aug 28
This is I need to try!!! 💚
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Bird Therapy Aug 28
Nature is consistent, in a way that people rarely are. It can help us to ‘self-heal’ when we’re struggling and it’s always there - in the sky, on the ground and all around. We don’t need to seek it out, we just need to accept its presence.
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Bird Therapy Aug 28
Replying to @HhdNorfolk @MarkAvery
Yes please and I’d love to be involved somehow 💚
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Hen Harrier Day Norfolk Aug 23
A new Hen Harrier Day event for Norfolk in 2019?
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Bird Therapy Aug 28
The local Swallows are out in number, seemingly replacing our recently departed Swifts. Screaming black scimitars have become chattering, blue-white darts, but soon, these remnants of summer will be gone. Leaving behind memories of warmer times.
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Bird Therapy Aug 27
Replying to @PhilGatley
Thanks for sharing Phil. Lesley just got a new follower 💚
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Bird Therapy Aug 27
On Thursday 18th October, I’m doing a supper talk at Cley Marshes NWT, starting at 7pm. I’ll be talking about and Tickets available at the link below and from the visitor centre:
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Bird Therapy Aug 27
A charm indeed!
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Bird Therapy Aug 27
Replying to @nicolawriting
Absolutely. Al touched upon in the feature, but need more coverage! I touched upon the former at Birdfair last week. The second is an absolute must and isn’t happening enough. Lost words seems to be helping with the kids side but more to be done. Bloody nostalgia 😂
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