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Wild in the City
Supporting wellbeing through relationship with nature in London’s wild places.Bushcraft, Natural History, Ecotherapy. People of Colour in Nature/Nature & Health
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Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff Feb 19
Joy Morgan is a student missing from Hertfordshire University who hasn't been heard from since 27 Dec. She's a black woman, so unless we get behind this, the media will not be paying enough attention. Herts Police have appealed for info.
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Wild in the City Feb 19
Chinese 'Ivory Queen' Yang Fenglan jailed in Tanzania
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Natalie Morris Feb 18
Hello! If you want to be involved in my series - all about mixed-race identity - then please do get in touch (I particularly want to hear from men as I have so many amazing women lined up!)
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Ike Anya Feb 17
“You must meet all of the following criteria 1. You must be a citizen of an African country. 2. You must currently reside in an African country 3. You must be between 24-40 years old on February 28. 4. You must be fluent in speaking, reading, and writing English.”
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Peter White Feb 11
Wandsworth Common.32 specs includg c20 redwing siskin 3 goldcrest 3 stockdove 4 shoveler coĺlared dove & many Long tailed tits,1 Mistle thrs
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Ade Adepitan Feb 9
The day I learnt how to fly! 👀😊
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LDN NationalParkCity* Feb 11
Back our crowdfunding campaign and you could get a: - good feeling about making London greener, healthier and wilder - name on our Founders' Stone - t-shirt - bespoke gold leaf ring map by - massive mural by !
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Ben Smith Feb 10
Putting myself out there for something I really believe in! Please back our crowd funder if you can. Please RT. 🌳🏃🏿‍♀️🦉
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LDN NationalParkCity* Feb 10
What if everyone in London got involved with the ? Let's see how close we can get to making that happen. Please take a moment and back our new crowdfunding campaign to make greener, healthier and wilder >> 🌳🏃🏿‍♀️🦉
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GCA Sailing Feb 10
Very proud of this great group of young sailors from North London. Having raised the funding to continue their sailing project they’ve learned masses out here at 8dRacing and Vilamoura Sailing. 👍⛵️
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MrMuhumuza Feb 8
Large up aka for hosting this episode - he did well still👍🏿
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Malcolm X Movement Feb 7
Many of us have come from villages and a close connection to nature. This is so important.
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Metro Feb 7
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Wild in the City Feb 7
Thanks for the shout out , we love your initiative supporting authors of colour
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Wild in the City Feb 7
Thanks for the love , we love what you're doing to. Would be great to see how we might collaborate :)
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Wild in the City Feb 7
Be part of a community of people of colour in nature. Great piece about our work supporting wellbeing through connection to nature in today's
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Natalie Morris Feb 7
'There is an enduring myth that black people don’t 'do’ nature. It’s a crude, self-limiting stereotype and it perpetuates BAME exclusion from the natural world.' Wrote about being black in nature with the help of the incredible
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BBC Wildlife Feb 6
New animal emojis approved for 2019 update have added six new wildlife emojis to the character list, including an otter, an orang-utan and a skunk:
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Wild in the City Feb 6
are incredible creatures, in addition to their communication skills, research shows they can do arithmetic
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Jamal Blades Feb 5
One of my favorite shows so far. Great to hear the work Beth & are doing and made me want to sign up as a Nature Guide as soon as it ended. Can't wait for Mandem in the Woods to drop. Keep producing great content guys
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