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Nic Wilson
Writer . Editor , birdwatcher, bookworm. GMG Blog of Yr 2018 finalist
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Nic Wilson 32m
Replying to @Saralimback
I'll be walking in sandy heathland early tomorrow on the way to a day at the RSPB, so that should do the trick.
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Nic Wilson 35m
Replying to @Saralimback
Maybe there is. A whiff of clocksgobacksoonitis?
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Nic Wilson 43m
Feeling a bit down today until I saw the great tits bathing in next door's blocked drainpipe as I was doing the washing up. Made me chuckle and reminded me of the uplifting power of garden wildlife...
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Nic Wilson 1h
Smart!
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Nic Wilson 3h
A few more house sparrow flybys and some TLC, and you'll hopefully be up and at it again!
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Nic Wilson 4h
Hope you feel better soon!
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Back from the Brink 7h
The lizards🦎and toads🐸need your help! Join our team to help get rid of the invasive scrub and make the dunes a better place for them to live. We will celebrate your hard work with marshmallows toasted over the fire! Details:
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David Morris 7h
Brilliant opportunity for a dynamic & inspiring individual to lead into the future. Closing date fast approaching so get those applications in soon!
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Nic Wilson 8h
Bought my gin at the weekend...
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Nic Wilson 21h
What a beautiful area and lovely to see that it is about to be restored.
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Nic Wilson 21h
Yes, absolutely, but can make a vast difference to carbon emissions & storage. The potential of healthy peatland, woodland, seagrass beds, wetlands (the list goes on) to sequester carbon (or to emit it if damaged) is a vital part of the solution.
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Nic Wilson 21h
Good evening - please go to this important debate next Monday to support and make a difference to in the . Thank you.
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Nic Wilson 21h
Such an essential part of solving the . Great to know that are finally up for debate in Parliament. Then government needs to act on the scientific evidence to make a difference
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Tanya Butchers Oct 22
Our garden plants don't need but the planet does - a bit more info for anyone who wants to understand why going in the garden is vital - BBC News - Climate change: Widespread drying of European peatlands
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Nic Wilson Oct 22
October is on fire. How's this for a warm hug when you come home each day? 🔥🍂🔥
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Nic Wilson Oct 22
Thanks for pledging to back a strong Environment Bill - can you ask other MPs to sign too so our voice becomes louder? 
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Nic Wilson Oct 22
See you there 👍
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Nic Wilson Oct 22
Sorry to miss you. Next time x
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Nic Wilson Oct 22
Organic, no-dig gardening is the way forward - for soil health, productive crops and significant benefits for the environment...
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Nic Wilson Oct 21
We're so glamorous! Honest! 🙄
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