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Herts Wildlife Trust
Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust manages 2,000 acres of nature reserves and inspires people to care about the natural world through events and volunteering.
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Herts Wildlife Trust 17h
Lots of interesting fungi are out at the moment. Which ones are your favourites?
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Herts Wildlife Trust 18h
A little bittern was spotted today at Amwell!
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Herts Wildlife Trust 19h
An apocalypse is happening all around us and we don't even notice. We need to act *now* and create wild spaces *everywhere* to secure a for our planet. Read more >>
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Herts Wildlife Trust 20h
Replying to @NigelPa26038954
Yes, we are currently felling trees here to keep the woodland healthy and allow it to provide a home to the greatest range of wildlife. An overgrown woodland will likely be detrimental to wildlife which is currently declining at an alarming rate, not only due to climate change.
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Herts Wildlife Trust 21h
Congratulations and welcome to the team, ! We're looking forward to working with you towards a !
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Herts Wildlife Trust 24h
📍 Balls Wood We currently have contractors on site at Balls Wood Nature Reserve carrying out tree works. There might be some disturbance/some parts might be temporarily blocked and vehicles will be on site. Thank you for your understanding.
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Herts Wildlife Trust Nov 13
Great views of a bittern at Amwell Nature Reserve this afternoon! Who else has seen it?
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Herts Wildlife Trust Nov 13
There's a flutter in the bird house - our new magazine is landing this week! 🐦🐦 If you're not a member yet, join today to get your hands on our exclusive members' magazine >>
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viv jones Nov 13
musicalfund raiser this Saturday. Do come along and help us raise the balance to buy the land outright and save it for our future communities
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Herts Wildlife Trust Nov 12
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Herts Wildlife Trust Nov 12
Tune in today at 3.30pm!
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Herts Wildlife Trust Nov 12
🌊 DRY ME A RIVER 🌊 Our Living Rivers Officer Sarah has met to talk all things on . Tune in to today at 3.30pm!
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Herts Wildlife Trust Nov 11
Hi Michael, here's a closer look. The metal sheets had been in place prior to our work, presumably to keep the riverbank from eroding. The coir rolls will provide a more natural edge to the river. The metal cage will be removed once the plants will have settled in. :)
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Herts Wildlife Trust Nov 11
...we do for wildlife and people. You can find more information here >>
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Herts Wildlife Trust Nov 11
Nigel, it is important to manage a woodland to keep it healthy, so that lots of different tree species can thrive as well as wildflowers such as our native bluebells. We are always happy to discuss and explain our work, but please refrain from insulting us, as everything we do...
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Herts Wildlife Trust Nov 11
The steel work was there prior to the works we undertook, presumably to keep the river bank from eroding. The coir's aim is to naturalise and soften the river edge in that location, but we cannot remove it without the landowner's consent. Hope that helps. :)
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Herts Wildlife Trust Nov 11
In case you were wondering what's happening at Gobions Wood.
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Herts Wildlife Trust Nov 11
You can catch up on last week's with our Reserves Manager Laura.
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Herts Wildlife Trust Nov 11
A beautiful kestrel for your Monday morning.
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Herts Wildlife Trust Nov 11
Replying to @RogerDewey1
Thank you ever so much for your support! It's great to see you're happy with our work. We'll make sure to pass it on to everyone involved. 🥰🥰
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