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The shame of : millions of songbirds are cruelly trapped and killed for the restaurant trade every year. | via Focusing on Wildlife
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Paul Seligman Mar 25
Have a look at the other Pond Visitors in Adrain Davey's piece for Focusing on Wildlife
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Iolo Williams Mar 24
Can’t argue with , he’s the most intelligent man in Britain!
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Paul Seligman Mar 25
Many species of sharks are closer to extinction than originally feared: IUCN
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Paul Seligman Mar 25
Brazil mine disaster: let's take responsibility for our imports via
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Paul Seligman Mar 24
There's something appealing about this image of Slaty-backed Chat-tyrant (Ochthoeca cinnamomeiventris) by Glenn Bartley on Focusing on Wildlife . It's my #POTDhttps://buff.ly/2FnRcyO
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Paul Seligman Mar 24
Replying to @LeeFuller90
Lovely pics but sausage rolls? Did you really feed it that?
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Paul Seligman Mar 24
There's a petition criticising Natural Resources for issuing to which are already scarce and threatened with local extinction.
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Paul Seligman Mar 23
A cry for help from the chimpanzees of West Africa: save us from extinction! via
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Paul Seligman Mar 23
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Paul Seligman Mar 23
Great Kiskadee - a common bird of the Americas, captured very nicely here » Focusing on Wildlife
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Cardiff University Mar 21
Replying to @cardiffuni
While there is now international momentum to tackle climate change, it is clear that critical targets will be missed without fundamental transformations across society. It’s an emergency that requires action on a far greater scale than has been seen so far.
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Guardian Environment Mar 19
Seven in 10 hen harriers in UK study likely illegally killed
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Paul Seligman Mar 22
The Common Quail is a small, skulky bird that can escape a birdwatcher’s eye - but not illegal trappers' nets
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The Big Give Mar 21
We're doubling donations to - the has said this could become one of the worst weather-related disasters ever in the southern hemisphere. Over 2.5 million people are affected and need help. Please give what you can & we will it:
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Paul Seligman Mar 21
Great report on National Nature Reserve, near , with lots of info from site stalwart Neil Donaghy. I think author is in Eilat participating in the event. NB .
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Butterfly Conservation Feb 5
Breathtaking views and exotic moths, is this paradise? This clip, shared with us by Robert Campbell, shows a cloud of Milionia basalis, a day-flying moth from Cambodia, taking a keen interest in Robert and his camera. Likely extracting vital salts from perspiration on his hands.
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Paul Seligman Mar 20
Wind turbines cause habitat loss for migratory soaring birds, news via
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Paul Seligman Mar 20
Portugal’s Berlenga Island welcomes newest inhabitant - a Band-rumped Petrel chick.
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Skokholm Island Mar 19
Incoming! Over 7300 Puffins today including our first ashore. Highest March count since the 1950s.
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