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Yorks Wildlife Trust
We are a charity dedicated to conserving & restoring Yorkshire's wildlife on land & sea. Become a member, volunteer or support our campaigns. 🦉🦔🐬🌱🌷
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Yorks Wildlife Trust 16h
As a thank you to our members and supporters, we offer a number of discounts with companies around Yorkshire! All this year you can receive 5% off - perfect for an escape to nature! 🌳🐾🍂 Find out more:
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Robert E Fuller Feb 16
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VeeringNorth 22h
Letter sent today to today asking for his support re:
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Abi 22h
Robin, teal, woodpecker & heron at Filey Dams Nature Reserve
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Our final winner of the nature reserves photo competition was Tony Thompson, in the 'Seasons' category! His photo of fly agaric at Potteric Carr perfectly captured an autumn feel 🍂 Congratulations Tony! ✨ See all our winners:
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Yorks Wildlife Trust Feb 18
The 'My escape' category of our nature reserves photo competition was won by Steve Gray, who shot this peaceful landscape at Strensall Common. Congratulations Steve! ✨ See all our winners:
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Yorks Wildlife Trust Feb 17
Hi Emily, do you know if there are plans to run podcast again this year? If so, we have an exciting proposition for you and ! :) PM us for more details!
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Yorks Wildlife Trust Feb 17
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You can be part of the solution - take action to create a wilder future and a wilder Yorkshire with us today. Act now:
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Yorks Wildlife Trust Feb 17
A deeply concerning picture of where we could be headed if we don't take action to combat the climate emergency now 🌎 🐾
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Yorks Wildlife Trust Feb 17
Bottoms up! The winner of the 'Caption competition' category of our nature reserves photo competition was Victor Krawciw, with this great shot taken at Potteric Carr. Congratulations Victor! ✨ See all our winners:
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Yorks Wildlife Trust Feb 17
Hello! We're hosting a Puffin Festival on Yorkshire's east coast this summer to celebrate our wonderful clowns of the sea, and we'd love to talk to you about how Spy Puffin could potentially be involved! Could you PM us for a chat? :) Thanks!
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David Swann Feb 14
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Devon Wildlife Trust Feb 17
HOT OFF THE PRESS: After 5 years studying the impacts of beavers, the results are in and the River Otter Beaver Trial Science and Evidence Report is published, finding that they bring 'measurable benefits to people and wildlife'. Read it here 📸Mike Symes
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AlderneyWT Feb 16
After a few false starts and indecision the gannets really are back in And there’s no stopping them now!
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Yorks Wildlife Trust Feb 16
The 'magical moments' category of our nature reserves photo competition was won by Martin Roper, who captured this tender moment at Sprotborough Flash. Congratulations Martin! ✨ See all our winners:
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Yorks Wildlife Trust Feb 16
Our thoughts go to all those affected by the latest flooding and stormy weather. Stay safe out there, Yorkshire ❤️
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Yorks Wildlife Trust Feb 15
The winner of the 'Big skies' category of our nature reserves photo competition was Richard Sparnenn, with this beautiful and atmospheric shot of Strensall Common ☁️ Congratulations Richard! ✨ See all our winners:
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Yorks Wildlife Trust Feb 14
Thanks to everyone who entered our photo comp celebrating our nature reserves! We had 250+ amazing entries 💚 Winning the 'Wildlife in Portrait' category & the competition overall was John Broadley, with his hare at North Cliffe Woods. Congrats John - a stunning photo! ✨
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Yorks Wildlife Trust Feb 14
"The oldest love affair in history is between the bee and the flower... But nature’s great lovers are going through a rocky patch, from which they may not recover..."
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YPP Feb 14
It's Valentine's Day! If you love , why not ? Let's get the love rolling with the Bee Gees' "How Deep Is Your Bog?" Who else has got one?
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