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Barbara Titchard 21h
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Briggs Bughouses 🐝 19h
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After a good feed having an afternoon nap!
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Barbara Titchard Aug 16
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Barbara Titchard Aug 15
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Barbara Titchard Aug 14
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Suzy Sharpe Art Aug 9
This painting was from Day 7 of my project in June it was one of my favourite paintings of the series, a tawny owl, I hear them fairly regularly and occasionally catch sight of them here. I am hoping to repaint it in acrylic and mixed media today ... I will le…
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My Beautiful Britain Aug 12
My started with a visit from this chap in the Borders
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British Trust for Ornithology in Cornwall Aug 16
Another excellent article for the next Newsletter, this time submitted by artist based in Cornwall - Natalie Toms ( ) Newsletter will also contain Heronry results for 2019, a Ringing report for 2018, my Challenge and lots more
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CubKit Aug 16
Playing outside has been proven to improve a child's happiness and confidence, which is why I'm always keen to get outdoors every chance we have.
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Barbara Titchard Aug 13
13th August- black nightshade
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Barbara Titchard Aug 11
11th August - lovely walk by the River Mersey, Warrington
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Barbara Titchard Aug 12
12th August - meadow mushrooms
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Author Assistant πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ #AltRead Aug 13
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Linda Wenlock Aug 10
Two lucky little birds. We had some urgent work on trees overhanging the road due the current high winds. The tree surgeon discovered this nest and cut a way round it so the fledglings were not harmed.
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Essex Wildlife Trust Aug 12
Did you catch our June Wild About Essex episode? Meet the Kestral fledglings at Gunners Park, learn about the Heath Fritillary butterfly success at our Belfiars Woodland nature reserve and reminisce about ! πŸ£πŸ¦‹πŸŒΏ
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antigrav_kids Aug 14
Just heard about thanks to . What a nice tag to follow!
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julie reynolds Aug 14
One of the joys of being an early bird is watching our resident Blackbird find its breakfast: a long juicy worm. I don't have a picture, but I have a nice memory.
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Gareth McNamara πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ Aug 10
Spotted this Caterpillar this morning and we've got 2 of them.
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platinumcaresolution Aug 14
The & are often overlooked when it comes to wilder activities but this year's home pack was filled with ideas specifically tailored towards them. Wasn't that a sweet gesture?
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Tony Furnell Aug 16
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