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Alex White
16 y/o showing people how amazing their garden and local patch is through photos and writing. Debut book "Get Your Boots On' available now
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Naturewatch 15h
Banbury, Oxfordshire: Grisly discovery on village footpath. 🦡 Please report any suspected to the police on 101 - unless you are witnessing it and then dial 999.
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Wildlife Film News 14h
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Mark Avery Jun 1
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Jonathan Proud 14h
Badger cubs play fighting in the dust...
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Alex White 15h
Great work Zach
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Zach Haynes 16h
Day 2 - sharing my passion for the natural world with tips on helping during in the Shout outs to & Big Butterfly Count as fab nature projects to get involved with
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Alex White Jun 1
Replying to @Whicheloe
We have our garden split into a few areas, not big, but an area for veggies, and area for wildflowers and area for us to sit in. Something for everyone. 😃
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RSPCA (England & Wales) Jun 1
🐔 Every day, intensively-reared chickens farmed for food are suffering. Every day looks the same: Eat. Sit. Suffer. Repeat. This Saturday, will hold their AGM, and we need you to urge them to add chicken welfare to the agenda:
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Alex White Jun 1
Nice photo Zach
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Alex White Jun 1
I look forward to it Georgie
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dominic dyer May 30
Look forward to being interviewed on Webinar hosted by new South East Cambridgeshire Badger Group on Friday 12 June at 7pm put in your diary & join us
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The Wildlife Trusts Jun 1
Random Act of Wildness #1 👉 Plant for pollinators!🌻🌼🐝 Not sure where to start? Take a look at our guide:
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Alex White Jun 1
Today is the first day of I've been taking photos of flowers in the garden to go on a blog about working out personal nectar scores via 👇🌻🌼
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Alex White Jun 1
Replying to @WaterVole @NearbyWild
That's fantastic
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Alex White Jun 1
Replying to @WaterVole @NearbyWild
Only the open flower heads in a random 1 metre
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Earthwatch Europe Jun 1
It's ! We'll be posting a video from our team every day so you can see how they garden for wildlife in their own spaces - even when it's not a garden 😊 🌱 We're starting with James and his urban East Oxford garden:
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Alex White Jun 1
Replying to @NearbyWild
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Alex White Jun 1
Replying to @NearbyWild
It's all the Oxeye Daisies
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