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𝐏𝐞𝐚𝐫𝐥𝐲 Dec 11
Sad to hear of 's passing. He was a part of my childhood, and a true icon. If you didn't do a 'grappling thru the undergrowth' impression whilst pretending to part your dad's mullet you weren't a 80s child.
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Peggy Woolley Dec 11
Well ‘grapple me grape nuts’! RIP David Bellamy. One of the few TV personalities of my childhood who didn’t turn out to be a sex offender.
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Mike Spudgun Dec 11
Unpopular opinion time............ on the day that Saint Greta gets named 'TIME Person of the Year'.
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VirtualAstro Dec 11
Sad to hear naturalist and TV nature presenter David Bellamy has passed away. He was one of the big names in nature when I was growing up.
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charles anyan Ⓜ️ Dec 12
Sad news about . A massive TV personality when I was growing up and one of the only environmentalists who actually understood agriculture
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BEHIND THE WOMAN   MIDLIFE HEALTH & WELLBEING Dec 11
Very sad to hear about the death of another prominent figure that over the years just became part of the fabric of our lives. I knew he lived in County Durham, so felt a tenuous link there. He is wildlife, he is flora & fauna, in my mind anyway. God bless. 🙏
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Devon Bloke Dec 12
And don't you dare 'you fool' me. Who the fck do you think you are. If you really want to know the truth about 'climate change 5' I suggest you read a few books and stop listening to the ramblings of a programmed young lady.
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Bernie Briffa Dec 11
David Bellamy, the naturalist & television broadcaster known for his passion for the natural world, has died. David was a "larger than life character" said to have "inspired a whole generation" who grew up with his enthusiastic, eccentric presenting style. was 86.
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Neil Dec 11
Sad to see the death of David Bellamy just announced. He was a seemingly ever present figure on TV when I was a kid in the 80s. He was so passionate about nature & science & getting kids involved. A conservationist & true character. A life well lived. Safe travels.
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Dave Throup Dec 11
Sad to hear has died. Inspiration for a generation of nature lovers, including me. He was always generous with his time when promoting local wildlife trust initiatives. Here opening a mid Wales reserve in my days.
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Michael Stinson Dec 11
With the passing of Ireland has lost one of the greatest defenders of our peatlands. David stood against industrial peat extraction and the cloak of non-native conifers on our bogs. This book has long been a source of knowledge and inspiration - buy a copy today.
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BNA science Dec 11
RIP. Thanks so much David for your real involvement & support of Naturalist Recognition Grade scheme & awards of British Naturalists' Assn. to promote active field skills in natural history. David as President at BNA conferences. Bellamy Award presentation
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Adam White PLI & Andrée Davies Dec 11
Sorry to hear the sad news about . Fond memories of trying to master his catch phrase in the playground 'wummaged awound in the undergwoff'. A wonderful photo of the two David’s, just two reasons why many of us decided to 🍃
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All on the board Dec 11
Rest in peace David Bellamy. An absolute legend who we loved watching on television. Thoughts and prayers to your family and friends.
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Jane E Hall Dec 20
The wonderful David Bellamy, a great man with a loving nature and boundless love of nature. Blessed to have enjoyed his company, honoured that his words grace the front cover of my book: 'The Art of Embroidered Butterflies' Search Press.
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Carol Vorderman Dec 11
RIP wonderful man Thank you for all the smiles and enthusiasm you brought into our lives over so many years
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BNA science Dec 11
died yesterday, his wife Rosemary (next Rt) sadly also died last year. David was our President for many years, here he is in a special Bellamy wildlife event at in July 2014. You were both very good friends of BNA, our thoughts are with your family
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News UK Archives Dec 11
Naturalist + broadcaster has died aged 86, the has announced. Busy scanning some great images of the man from the archives tonight for & here with his cat "Pussyfoot" in 1983, Giant Tortoise by Tony Weaver
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Lynn Brittney Dec 12
So sad to hear that David Bellamy has died. A lovely man and created a love of the natural world in several generations. He didn't deserve to be pilloried by the climate change organisations for his scientific views. RIP in the Garden of Eden, David.
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BNA science Dec 11
RIP. Thanks so much for your selfless support of British Naturalists' Association's Blake Shield Awards for groups of youngsters' natural history & conservation projects for year after year, - for one event travelling from Tasmania just to be there.
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