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Dave Soons Jul 21
Up close and personal with this Hobby as it banks around after a damselfly, luckily it wasn't any higher otherwise things could have got messy!!!
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Rob Thomas 3h
Hi how is the shooter-led boycott of law-breaking estates going so far? Looks like Leadhills and Longformacus estates are two obvious examples for you to start with. Good luck!
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Bea 4h
Help secure the future of the - Sign the Petition& Share ! Thank you.
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༻⋆≺ Martin 🏳️‍🌈 ≻⋆༺ 12h
Woodpecker challenging public power employee
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Alex Perry 7h
Nice to catch up with the Lesser Yellowlegs at Oare Marshes this afternoon - showing well close to the road.
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RareBirdAlertUK 15h
Some good news , hopefully a glimmer of hope for a Critically Endangered species
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RareBirdAlertUK 16h
to blame for displacement of 55 species in UK
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RareBirdAlertUK 17h
Are you going to on August 11th? Then why not share lifts with other , check out this google map and contact if you would like your details added
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RareBirdAlertUK 4h
The next generation recorded by the next generation, great video
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RareBirdAlertUK 16h
Great news that these Curlew chicks, that would otherwise have been destroyed, might help the wild population
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RareBirdAlertUK 15h
"Up to half a million fish each day will be sucked into Hinkley Point C nuclear power station if it is allowed to install a 'giant plughole' in one of the UK’s heaviest protected marine areas"
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Paul Kelly 5h
Moulting Ad Forster’s Tern from Soldiers Point this evening. Co Louth.
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Ian Thomson 10h
Yesterday grouse industry reps were making claims about spp. they said would decline without grouse moor management. They're strangely quiet today about the goshawks, buzzards, peregrine, badgers & otter killed by "management" of a Borders grouse moor....
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Mark Andrews 6h
As a bleeding heart liberal, 😂 This demonisation of our gulls is getting way out of hand. Babies next? Insane nonsense from these scaremongering idiots - As big as rottweilers, not scared of us & EVERYWHERE: why we must cull seagulls - The Sun
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RareBirdAlertUK Jul 20
FOR SALE: a classic Kowa TS-2 scope, in fact we have 5 available! They are in mint condition and never been used, new old stock! You will need an eyepiece but optically in perfect condition, more photos available if needed. £89 inc p&p, dm if interested
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RareBirdAlertUK 16h
SAVED - Irreplaceable Kenyan woodland saved after appeal raises required funds in just 4 weeks.
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Shetland Wildlife 18h
Atlantic White-sided Dolphins, lots of Otters, more Two-barred Crossbills and a truly stunning day at Noss National Nature Reserve. Just a few of the many highlights enjoyed by our groups last week.
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Action for Earth 13h
Forests in Indonesia are becoming Bird free places as so many are being captured for sale as caged exotic pets. Please support and circulate this action to oppose. TY. via
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Toby Carter 14h
Make sure you tune into today as I talk to about the birds has to offer and what activities we have going for the kids over this summer
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Jonathan C. Slaght Jul 22
In 4 weeks, this spoon-billed sandpiper chick (now 2-3 days old) will start the ~8,500 km trip to southeast Asia. If, of course, it can avoid ground squirrels, jaegers, foxes, ravens, & other predators here in Chukotka until then. Godspeed little doodle.
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