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The Wildlife Trusts 5h
Worrying gaps in environmental laws could leave our precious wildlife unprotected after a ‘no deal’ Brexit.
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The Wildlife Trusts 9h
With natural nesting sites in decline, putting a nest box in your garden can make all the difference to your local birds!
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The Wildlife Trusts 15h
Pine martens have been rediscovered in Shropshire's woods. Help sustain the pine marten population through research, monitoring and engagement with communities and landowners.
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The Wildlife Trusts 16h
Public Affairs Officer - Newark or London - £23,000 (plus £3,000 London Allowance if based in London
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The Wildlife Trusts 18h
Falls of Clyde and Carlton Marshes have both been shortlisted for BBC Countryfile magazine's nature reserve of the year! If you love these special spots as much as we do, please vote! 🌳🐝🦋🌱
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Devon Wildlife Trust Feb 15
Our wildlife needs young people to care and take action for it. Today that is happening. We asked children from why they love nature & what WE need to do to protect it!
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The Wildlife Trusts Feb 15
We need ambitious new laws to kick-start the recovery of nature. A ‘no deal’ Brexit could make this all the more challenging, writes
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The Wildlife Trusts Feb 15
Great to see this 👍🦉
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Manx Wildlife Trust Feb 15
Great shot of a long eared owl, spotted on the west of the island, by Claire Turner. If you spot any rare/out of the ordinary wildlife please let us know by emailing wildlife@manxwt.org.uk or sending us a message via social media with date, location and photos if you haven them.
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The Wildlife Trusts Feb 15
This year is an exciting one for , as it marks 50 years of looking after 's wildlife and wild places, like Loynton Moss (pictured). It was their first ever nature reserve! Join the celebrations this year & read their story.
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The Wildlife Trusts Feb 15
Jessica feels urgent action is required for our environment so met with her local MP: . 1,000s of young people feel the same across Europe as seen at the today. It's time for politicians to listen:
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The Wildlife Trusts Feb 15
Our wildlife needs young people to care and take action for it. Today that is happening
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Worcs Wildlife Trust Feb 15
It's 😃 Nest boxes can make a huge difference to your local birds; if you'd love to put up a nest box but don't know where to start, check out this great info from our friends 4% from every purchase supports our work 😊
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The Wildlife Trusts Feb 15
Imagine living in a house where swifts swoop over the garden, where the school ‘run’ is a walk alongside a wildflower meadow buzzing with bumblebees 🌳🌱🐝🐞 Find out more:
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The Wildlife Trusts Feb 15
Public Affairs Officer - Newark or London - £23,000 (plus £3,000 London Allowance if based in London
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The Wildlife Trusts Feb 15
Distant relative. They're both rodents.
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The Wildlife Trusts Feb 15
Replying to @darrowbythirsk
There have been serious declines in many of our butterflies. You'll find more information in "The State of the UK's Butterflies" -
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The Wildlife Trusts Feb 14
The world’s are heading for extinction due to intensive agriculture. We need to make choices like creating habitat for pollinators, planting trees, and reducing our use of chemicals 🌳🐝🦋 Read what we're doing to help
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The Wildlife Trusts Feb 14
Pucker up! A male corkwing wrasse will build an elaborate nest to attract a partner. Once a female lays her eggs in the nest, he will guard the eggs until they hatch. 💕
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The Wildlife Trusts Feb 14
Whale love songs... The purpose of humpback whale song has long mystified scientists. Some believe that males use it to communicate their location to females when they're out looking for love. 🐳💙🐳
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