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Jon Deakin Oct 21
This little robin was checking under leaves on the footpath, looking for insect snacks this morning.
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Lucy McRobert Dec 31
Thinking about New Yearโ€™s Resolutions? You could get happier, healthier and make a difference for nature by doing ! Start by getting yourself a wild diary, explore your local patch and then pick your favourite Random Act of Wildness each day!
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Lucy McRobert Mar 18
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Essex Wildlife Trust Oct 1
Even when the weather is glum, amazing wildlife can still be spotted! This beautiful kingfisher was spotted at our Gunners Park and Shoebury Ranges nature reserve on a wet and windy day last week ๐ŸŒง๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿ“ธ Great job, Colin Byford!
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#365DaysWild ๐Ÿž Jun 30
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Purbeck_Wild_Flowers Oct 16
Instantly recognisable, English Oak has been valued as a building material since Doggerland disappeared beneath the waves. To rule those waves, 5000+ oaks were felled to produce a single ship-of-the-line. Col Thomas Jones RN planted almost a hundred thousand of them!
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Jon Deakin Oct 12
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Jon Deakin Oct 11
It's not often you come across a dark blue pheasant, but in Barrowby, Yorkshire, there seemed to be a whole community of these melanistic birds.
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IsabelleVerbist Oct 11
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IsabelleVerbist Oct 19
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Nicola Oct 20
Fungi, as an interesting alternative to a bunch of flowers on an old grave. Those who regularly see my tweets wonโ€™t be surprised to read that I have no idea what they are! Arenโ€™t they gorgeous though?
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Blue tit (lovely lashes) breakfast time. Thatโ€™s big chunk for such a delicate beak.
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Derby Parks Oct 5
Itโ€™s great to welcome the ๐Ÿฎ back to Darley and Nutwood Local Nature Reserve. By munching, they are ensuring the main grassland stays in tip top condition. The wildflowers will thrive, attracting the birds, bees and butterflies. ๐Ÿฆ ๐Ÿ
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Swati Singh Sep 18
Turns out it's not Indian Mesquite but Chinese Lantern plant. It's locally sold as 'Shami' bcz there are buyers for religious reasons; it's Veertaru. Former has only yellow flowers, latter has pink n yellow. Nonetheless,it's a beauty!๐Ÿ’š
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Sandra Baxter Aug 2
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Barbara Louise Titchard Sep 29
Donโ€™t they look beautiful in the morning mist.
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Lucy McRobert Jun 30
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Mark Brewster Aug 21
Common Blue and Brown Argus still showing well just outside Northfield Wood this afternoon as I walked. Odonata in the wood itself, and a good number of Speckled Wood also seen.
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Swati Singh Sep 25
was of nature. As was during and after quarantine. What's better to click than nature? This is beautiful Red Silk-cotton tree.
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Nicola Oct 19
Very delicate...no idea what it is!
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