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Dave Goulson
Professor of , specializing in . Author of: A Sting in the Tale; A Buzz in the Meadow; Bee Quest. Youtube:
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Patrick Walsh 17h
Can we save Britain’s Wildlife before it is too late? “Ordinary experience used to include wild non-human nature.... This resourceful and eloquent book could prove to be important”. Richard Kerridge in the Guardian Review on Mark Cocker’s superb new book, OUR PLACE.
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Northern Bee Books May 25
'Bee Quest, In Search of Rare Bees' By - ‘Goulson writes with infectious enthusiasm … A lively and important read.’ Ian Crichley, Sunday Times. View Contents Click To Buy
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Andrea Santangeli 23h
Here we show for the first time that can be found in adults and nestlings in - These poisons are really ubiquitous nowadays.
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Hoverfly Lagoons May 24
Lots of Helophilus pendulus, the so called Tiger hoverfly, visiting Lagoons at the moment!
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Judith Conroy 19h
Desolate dead, brown patches all around . Would tufts of grass round the base of a tree be such a bad thing? What's the worse that could happen - a few flowers perhaps? I also wonder how much City Council spends on weedkiller? 🌼
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Dave Goulson May 25
Steve Falk’s book is the one for you!
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Dave Goulson May 25
I guess the Danes like to avoid plane crashes too
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Dave Goulson May 25
Replying to @rachbicker
I guess the bird species in Copenhagen are v similar to UK so the contrasting policies are hard to explain
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Bore Place May 25
This summer learn about how to with a talk by , founder of >> 
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Rob Acton-Campbell May 25
My holiday reading included 'A Buzz in the Meadow' by - a great read if you are interested in bees & other invertebrates - if you are not interested in them, then read it to find out why you should be!
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Jane Stout May 25
Two PhD studentships available in my research group : 1. Bee Health (part of ) 2. Pesticide Residues (with ) For details see: Please RT! (photo courtesy of )
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Dave Goulson May 25
Copenhagen airport has tall wildflowers surrounding runways. Why are UK airports all short mown grass?
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FIFTY BEES May 24
Morning! Here’s all the that are the basis of this year’s exhibition. Shown alongside them at will be the 50 other companion created by 50 other artists. The preview evening is 1st June from 7-9 and then open most days until 24th June. COME!
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BC May 23
Follow us & live this morning as we re-introduce the back to England as part of the ambitious conservation project, Back from the Brink
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Dave Goulson May 24
Replying to @M__Rossi
My typing was always rubbish ;) Think your photo was better!
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Beth Nicholls May 24
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Dave Goulson May 24
A fragment of summer sky fallen to Earth. Adonis blue butterfly, Caste Hill, South Downs.
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Bloomsbury UK May 24
Lovely words from , author of the wonderful , for by
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'Godfrey Kāfir-Goy' #PCPEU May 24
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Dave Goulson May 24
Looks like typical behaviour of nematode-infected queen, if so she is doomed I'm afraid.
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