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Bird Therapy
Writing and talking about the benefits of birdwatching for mental health and wellbeing ~ book to be published in spring 2019
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Bird Therapy 18h
Last night, I finalised chapter ten of twelve. I’ve written about the weather and it’s relationship with birdwatching. It’s called ‘A Goldcrest flock, wind-flattened reeds and fifty Pied Flycatchers’ 🙂💚🐦🙏
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Bird Therapy 12h
Replying to @WaterVole @kneppcastle
We’ve lost them locally in the last few years though 😢
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Bird Therapy 12h
Replying to @WaterVole @kneppcastle
They are a part of the evening concerto - based loosely on the blog and subsequent tweet of the day
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Bird Therapy 12h
Replying to @WaterVole
Absolutely love it Jo! You’re in for a treat when you read chapter 4 - ‘A Pipit, a Woodlark and an evening concerto’ 🙂
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Bird Therapy 13h
Replying to @WaterVole
😍😍😍
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Bird Therapy 15h
Replying to @BenMyers1
YES Ben! This advice absolutely spurs me on, to continue with what I’m doing 💚
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Bird Therapy 15h
Replying to @harveypauljones
🙂💚🐦🙏
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Bird Therapy 17h
Replying to @vitalsparks
Amazing!!! In some ways I’d rather experience that but then standing amidst a true ‘fall’ of birds is unreal.
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Bird Therapy 17h
Replying to @J__me
Thanks Jamie - almost done now 🙂💚🐦🙏
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Bird Therapy 17h
Replying to @vitalsparks
It was just the most magical birdwatching experience and still is to this day. It fills a fair chunk of the chapter as it was so inspiring!
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Bird Therapy 18h
Last night, I finalised chapter ten of twelve. I’ve written about the weather and it’s relationship with birdwatching. It’s called ‘A Goldcrest flock, wind-flattened reeds and fifty Pied Flycatchers’ 🙂💚🐦🙏
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Bird Therapy Jun 21
Bristol CC want to turn this beautiful young woodland into grazing pasture - against the wishes of the community, who use this diverse habitat for walks, wellbeing and wildlife. Please read and share this blog by on her beloved woodland.
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Bird Therapy Jun 21
Replying to @JuliaBradbury
and Bird Therapy 🙂💚🐦🙏
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Bird Therapy Jun 21
Replying to @RobGMacfarlane @ckbuni
You’re welcome to read Bird Therapy. The manuscript is almost done. It’s a very different perspective and my background is interesting to say the least.
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Bird Therapy Jun 21
Replying to @gipping @bernoid and 5 others
Oh wow, thank you for the offer, that’s very kind of you. The publisher (Unbound) deal with every aspect of that. However, you might want to beg involved in the teaching resource I’m planning to go with the book?
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Bird Therapy Jun 21
Bristol CC want to turn this beautiful young woodland into grazing pasture - against the wishes of the community, who use this diverse habitat for walks, wellbeing and wildlife. Please read and share this blog by on her beloved woodland.
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Bird Therapy Jun 20
I’m utterly delighted to share that the extremely talented is doing an illustration for each chapter of my book. This is the first draft sketch for the opening chapter ~ ‘A breakdown, a Buzzard and the Broads’ 🙂💚🐦🙏
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Pensthorpe Jun 21
It's the today - the longest day of the year means even more time to explore the outdoors!
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Bird Therapy Jun 21
Replying to @Bridgeanne
Thanks Anne. That’s very kind of you. I always find it incredibly absorbing to write about birdsong. I did a ‘Tweet of the day’ last year on that Woodlark experience, you might like it -
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Bird Therapy Jun 20
Replying to @Bridgeanne
I absolutely love this tweet Anne 💚 I’ve written a whole chapter in my book, about the beauty and benefits of birdsong - could’ve written many more though! You might like this old blog post
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