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Mark Avery 2h
Stanwick Lakes: 2 Y-l Gulls.
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Matthew Stanton Jul 18
A new is great news. To have real impact it needs to include legally binding targets for the recovery & restoration of the environment for the benefit of people & wildlife. This is a great opportunity for to show global green leadership
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michael mccarthy 20h
This is scarcely credible - average number of times a British field is sprayed with pesticides each year now is 17. Now wonder the farmland wildlife has disappeared. Make this known. Retweet it, for God's sake
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It is
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Team4Nature 3h
Q: What's fascinating, free, fun & fabulous for family & friends? A: The 2018 ! 🦋 are celebrating 50th anniversary year & David Attenborough is just a legend! PLEASE RT & get involved to HELP make 2018 a record-breaker!
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BAWC 3h
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RewildTheChild 3h
We can continue to dewild or we could choose to reverse the decline and rewild. Wouldn't it be amazing to have the sights and sounds from our childhood back in the countryside? Chart from
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RSPB Norfolk & Lincs 18h
At least 25 species of wader feet down at today. Could be even more! Here is the day’s sightings map
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Joe Seymour 14h
Apart from the sighting of today the highlight has to be these two juvenile bitterns on lookout from the coal tips trail!!
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Chris Packham 6h
I wake up amidst a campaign where I’ve met huge numbers of proper conservationists , people with an overwhelming desire to protect and preserve life , who understand and value that life and young people who need a future to cherish it . . . and I read this
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Mark Avery 14h
And particularly successfully breeding Hen Harriers. No attempts to trigger brood-meddling licences so no-one is overrun by them - surprise, surprise!
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Mark Avery 16h
There were 3 successful pairs last year (from 7 attempts)(and 3 successful in 2016 from 4 attempts). There are more pairs this year but the figures are not public. There should be over 300 pairs - if people didn't kill them illegally.
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Mark Avery 18h
Press release from Suffolk Wildlife Trust (and Plantlife)
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Bella Lack 🌱 22h
We often demonise poachers who target creatures in distant lands, yet when the animals that exist right on our doorstep are being persecuted, we descend into silence. There are only 4 breeding of Hen Harriers left in England. RT to ask to BAN driven grouse shooting.
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John Rentoul 22h
“I didn’t vote & honoured my pair, & he demanded to know why not afterwards” Anon MP re chief whip Julian Smith
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