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The Wildlife Trusts 7h
Rain bird - an old name for the the green woodpecker, for its gift of predicting rain.
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The Wildlife Trusts 7h
22 September 2018 See you there! 🐬🌳🐦🦆🐝🐺🐞🕷🦊🐸
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You don't have to head for the tropics to see colourful fish, just ask these beautiful ballan wrasse! Protect our amazing sea life with a :
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The Wildlife Trusts 11h
Water is critical for wildlife! Whether it is a simple bowl of water on the floor, a bird bath on a pedestal, or the ultimate – a pond. 🐦🦉🌞
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The bizarre angler fish can be found in the South-West Deeps (East), one of 41 special places at sea we want to see protected! Learn more about it...
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Please take just five minutes to write to Michael Gove and tell the Government that environmental proposals need to be stronger. Your voice can make all the difference:
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The Wildlife Trusts 21h
There are only 5 days left to ask the Government to create 41 new protected areas at sea! Send your now:
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Sussex Wildlife Trust Jul 15
RT : Silver-spotted Skipper is out at Malling Down Trust reserve, Lewes. Both M&F. Chalkhill blue too. But it is seriously dry, what is going to happen to the offspring of 2018 butterflies?
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Herts Wildlife Trust Jul 15
Our habitat management has allowed this stunning lunar hornet moth to live at . The eggs are laid on the bark of willow trees and the caterpillars burrow into the wood, feeding inside. Thanks to for supporting our management work here!
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Kent Wildlife Trust Jul 15
The pioneering Ham Fen Beaver project has made a huge difference to the area since it started- and we now hope to expand and restore another 33 acres around Ham Fen
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Essex Wildlife Trust Jul 15
Do you know your insects from your arachnids? Or your molluscs from your earthworms? Join us on this beginner’s course, outlining the major groups of invertebrates in the UK and how to separate them. Book by calling 01621 862960 or online at:
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StaffsWildlife Jul 15
Want to find out more about bats? Why not come along to one of our bat walks this July and August at our Wolseley Centre HQ
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Living Seas North West Jul 14
Jellyfish, sharks and even turtles can be found can be found in - By pledging your you can help by asking to protect our precious seas with 41 new
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Rachel Remnant Jul 15
Exciting day. Taking species rich from to strew at Hockley and Twyford to quite literally 'sow the seeds' into meadows damaged by fertiliser and herbicides. Bring back the wildflowers!
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The Wildlife Trusts Jul 15
Flatfish like this topknot camouflage perfectly against the seabed. Protect the special places and wildlife in our seas with a today!
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Defra UK Jul 15
We are setting up a new independent body to hold government to account on environmental standards as we leave the EU. To get involved respond to our consultation, it ends on August 2.
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The Wildlife Trusts Jul 15
Discover why we're calling for Government to create 41 new Marine Conservation Zones, protecting the amazing wildlife in our seas!
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The Wildlife Trusts Jul 15
Our seas are full of amazing wildlife, like the little cuttlefish. Join our and help call for more protected areas at sea -
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The Wildlife Trusts Jul 14
Government has promised a world-leading watchdog that will deliver a green Brexit. But current proposals are too weak and our environment will be less protected – you can help change this:
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The Wildlife Trusts Jul 14
Sea slugs are some of the most beautiful creatures in our seas! Help protect our amazing sea life with a
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