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Somerset Wildlife Trust is a conservation charity that stands up for wildlife in Somerset. Tweets from the team.
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Around 16.9 thousand tons of toxins are released as pesticides onto the land in the UK each year. There is another way & we all have a part to play in reducing this harmful practice. Learn more:
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Sophie Cooper🌍💚 15h
Plenty of redwings, blackbirds, chaffinches, blue tits, coal tits and goldcrests during my morning wander today. They were all rustling the leaves 🤗 Couldn't find much , but probably looking in the wrong place.
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Mark Driscoll 4h
Great new report from . 40% of insects threatened with extinction with big implications for food security. Insects underpin both the web of life and our own health & wellbeing.
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We’re excited to announce that Sarah Hayes will be running the for us! She says “I am so excited. As a mum to 2 young children, we enjoy many areas which SWT manage & I’m happy to be helping this continue.” You can sponsor her here:
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Som Wildlife Trust 19h
We have been chosen to benefit from Co-op Local Community Fund! members can support us here: and 1% of your spend on Co-op branded products will go to support our work connecting vulnerable people with nature in
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The Wildlife Trusts Nov 11
Our wildlife is in crisis, but we can turn things around. We can all use this election to call for laws that create a . Speak to your parliamentary candidates & ask about their plans to put nature into recovery >>
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Sophie Cooper🌍💚 Nov 12
If you have children & live in the area, Taunton Watch Group is back!! See poster for details.🍂🍁🍄🌰💚
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Som Wildlife Trust 22h
Don't forget you can still get your hands on a gorgeous piece of wildlife art by Julia Manning! You can check out the art & place bids in the charity auction here: The auction ends on 1st December - don't miss out!
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CPRE The countryside charity 23h
Very worrying new report from shows the risk to food production if insect declines continue. We can reverse this if we move to nature-friendly farming methods, with farmers rewarded for providing public benefits such as habitats for wildlife
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Sophie Cooper🌍💚 Nov 13
Please read 's report & then as 'Every space in Britain must be used to help wildlife.' -Sir David Attenborough.💚
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Som Wildlife Trust Nov 13
New report out today warns that we are witnessing the largest extinction event on Earth since the dinosaurs! We need to work together to stop and reverse this alarming loss of insect life. Find out more here:
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Friends of the Earth 🌍 Nov 13
New report from highlights risk to food production as insect decline continues: 1/2
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Som Wildlife Trust Nov 12
Want to at the UK’s largest cycling event 2020? We’ve been lucky enough to secure a charity place! Apply here to join and fundraise for Somerset Wildlife Trust:
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Som Wildlife Trust Nov 12
We're nearing end of our 5 year strategy & need YOUR views on what more we should be doing for nature conservation, biodiversity & climate change. Share your ideas & help us make change:
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Som Wildlife Trust Nov 12
We’re saying ! On the 10th anniversary of the Marine and Coastal Access Act, we’re thankful for the 91 Marine Conservation Zones we now have, protecting wildlife in our seas 🐟🐬🐙🐳
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The Wildlife Trusts Nov 9
We’ve put together 3 simple questions to ask your election candidates. See where they stand and tell them to speak up for wildlife >>
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Som Wildlife Trust Nov 12
Join us in on 14th Nov for a Hedgelaying course led by the Blackdown Hills Hedge Association. This day-long course will teach you all about the traditional skill of hedgelaying. £25pp. More & book:
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Andrew Kirby Nov 8
Couple of Marsh Harrier photos on Catcott Lows this afternoon and a Meadow Pipit having a rest.
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Som Wildlife Trust Nov 12
Amazing ! What a great find. Thanks for sharing!
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Som Wildlife Trust Nov 12
We've been enjoying the buzz around our reserves, which got us wondering: what's YOUR favourite insect? Got a picture? Share it with us!
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