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Such extraordinary creatures. We can’t afford to lose them 🦔
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Sussex Wildlife Trust 🐸 Aug 1
Cuttlefish are relatives of octopus & squid & are masters of camouflage. Cuttlefish have one bone in their body which provides them with buoyancy. Their bones & eggs are regularly washed up on our beaches - have you found any recently?
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Yorkshire Wildlife Trust Aug 1
By 'eck it's ! And what better way to celebrate this amazing county of ours than with the results of our first ever Great Yorkshire Creature Count? A staggering 4,500 people took part in June... Discover what they found!
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Sussex Wildlife Trust 🐸 Aug 2
Michael Blencowe introduces us to The Blues in part 5 of our free Guide to the Butterflies of Sussex. Find out identification tips for: Holly Blue, Common Blue, Small Blue, Chalkhill Blue & Adonis Blue. More episodes here:
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The Wildlife Trusts Aug 2
They're on their way! Delicious for birds, insects - and us! 😋
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The Wildlife Trusts Aug 2
Ever wondered why the sea is salty?🤔 And why it’s blue?🤔 Wonder no more!💡 We have the answer 👉
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The Wildlife Trusts Aug 2
We've all heard of plastic pollution - but what other pollution is affecting our seas and what can we do about it?🤔🌊 Jess from is here to tell us 👉
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The Wildlife Trusts Aug 2
Going on holiday this summer? Then be a smart souvenir shopper!☀️ 😎
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Alex Mustard Aug 1
My last post celebrates cuttlefish. On land we’re not used to large, intelligent invertebrate life, but just off our beaches these amazing animals are courting, competing, mating and hunting. Our seas are another world, just on our doorstep.
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The Wildlife Trusts Aug 1
Ever spotted one of these at the beach? How well do you know your jellies?! 💙🌊 👉
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The Wildlife Trusts Aug 1
We can't wait to tune in to this Sunday at 7pm as they explore 's precious heathlands!😍 From the secretive sand lizard to the magical nightjar - so much to look forward to! More info 👉
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The Wildlife Trusts Aug 1
Did you miss this week? Don’t worry - you can catch up! Hear about the wonders of UK waters, the threats facing our marine life, and why we need Highly Protected Marine Areas 👉
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The Wildlife Trusts Aug 1
From land to sea, Longis nature reserve on really has something for everyone! Meet the resident conservation grazers backed by incredible shoreline vistas or take a dip under the waves and watch in awe as the eelgrass meadows gently sway 👉
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The Wildlife Trusts Jul 31
Heading to the coast this weekend?🌊 Be a citizen scientist!🔬 Make a note of the shoreline wildlife you spot and record it on our website. Our spotting guide will help 👉
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The Wildlife Trusts Jul 31
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But we will not stop. This week we presented evidence to the HS2 Bill Select Committee as part of our ongoing campaign to stop and rethink . Read more 👇
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The Wildlife Trusts Jul 31
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Earlier this year we launched our report, revealing the sheer scale of potential damage, and the deep cut will make across the landscape could stop nature’s recovery in its tracks👇
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The Wildlife Trusts Jul 31
This is extremely disappointing. We know is bad for wildlife, bad for our climate, and bad for people who will lose precious, much-loved wild places. It’s time to stop and rethink HS2
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Lancs Wildlife Trust Jul 31
Did you know our seas absorb 20 – 35% of human-made CO2 emissions each year? Destructive human activities release this carbon & deplete our precious marine life. Learn more about the incredible natural carbon stores at our fingertips:
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The Wildlife Trusts Jul 31
Looks like an elephant hawk moth caterpillar! Gorgeous 😍🦋
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The Wildlife Trusts Jul 31
Don’t miss the chance to win your own binoculars and rockpooling guide!🌊 We want you to tell us about your favourite UK marine experience🐬🐚 Entry details for the competition here 👉
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