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Rewilding Britain Aug 25
Britain has seen the loss of an estimated 50% of its hedgerows since WWII, now we need to re-think their management or risk losing more.Join us in helping with the Great British Hedgerow Survey and health-check the hedges near you:
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National Farmers' Union Aug 25
Did you know British farmers have planted or restored more than 30,000 km of hedgerows, providing vital habitat and food for our wildlife. Learn more about and how you can take part in the Great British Hedgerow Survey
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Butterfly Conservation ๐ŸŒ Sep 8
Anyone can take part in the Great British Hedgerow Survey! Discover the condition of the hedgerows near you and learn how to manage them for connectivity, structure and wildlife. For more info or to take part, visit the website: ๐ŸŒฟ
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Back from the Brink Aug 29
Want to do more to help preserve Britainโ€™s hedgerows? Why not take part in the Great British Hedgerow Survey for . Simply survey a hedgerow near you and be part of a national effort to reveal the health of our nationโ€™s hedges
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Back from the Brink Aug 28
Health-check the hedgerows near you using โ€˜s brand new survey, the Great British Hedgerow Survey, and find out how you can best look after your hedgerows both for wildlife and for healthy agricultural landscapes
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Ian Parsons Aug 23
As it's Hedgerow Wildlife Week, here's footage from last night of our 100% organic, natural & free slug controller as it made it's way through our garden hedge, pausing occasionally for a good ol' scratch
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Natural England Field Unit ๐Ÿ•ท๐Ÿฆ—๐Ÿธ๐ŸŒ๐Ÿฆ‡๐Ÿฆ‰๐ŸฆŠ๐Ÿ๐ŸŒฟ๐ŸŒณ๐Ÿ„ Aug 27
Red berries & twirling tendrils of White bryony (Bryonia dioica). A good hedgerow supports wildlife, & looks phenomenal. Our countryside is full of great ones but many others need help. have launched the Great British hedgerow survey to support ...
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Nia Thomas Sep 2
Itโ€™s a great time of year to enjoy our hedges - I love riding my bike around the single track lanes of the Vale of Glamorgan and seeing how much life these linear corridors harbour. Follow the link below for more info on why our native hedgerows are amazing ๐Ÿšฒ
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NHSN Aug 26
As a nation, Britain has lost around 50% of its hedgerows since WWII. Now, has launched a new survey to provide a health check for our hedges and ensure this vital habitat thrives long into the future. Take part here:
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Thames Path National Trail Aug 26
There are many miles of hedgerows alongside the This project is a great way to discover the trees and shrubs, grasses and flowers that make such important places for insects, birds and mammals to live, feed and sleep in.
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The Wildlife Trusts Aug 28
It's time for the โ€˜Great British Hedgerow Survey! Help fill the gaps by taking part: ๐Ÿ๐Ÿž๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿ’š
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DefraNature Aug 27
Hedgerows are important natural habitats. So many species depend on them, which is why want to know about the hedges near you. Take part in the Great British Hedgerow Survey today
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ADAMA Aug 27
A new survey is encouraging farmers to health-check their hedgerows to safeguard the future of this important habitat. Learn more about and how you can take part in the Great British Hedgerow Survey
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Wild Planet Trust Aug 27
Did you know that hedgerows are a vital habitat for our native wildlife? ๐ŸŒฟ are encouraging you to health-check the nationโ€™s hedgerows to help safeguard the future of this important network. Take part in their survey today: ๐ŸŒณ
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Sussex Wildlife Trust ๐Ÿฆ‹ Aug 27
Hedgerows are a vital habitat for wildlife. want to find out about hedgerows near you to help ensure this precious habitat can thrive in the future! Take part in the Hedgerow Survey
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Kathy Vilim Aug 23
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People's Trust for Endangered Species Sep 14
Thousands of you have shown interest in our Great British Hedgerow Survey -thank you! We recommend that you carry out your surveys before the leaves fall, as these are key to both identification and for species abundance measurements.
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Woodland Trust Aug 31
Are you part of a wildlife group, a land owner or an individual that cares about our nationโ€™s ? Take part in the Great British Hedgerow Survey by and health-check your local hedgerows!
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People's Trust for Endangered Species Aug 31
We've had an overwhelmingly positive response to our new Great British Hedgerow Survey ๐Ÿ™Œ Thank you so much! We've had submissions already from people health-checking the hedgerows near them which is absolutely fantastic! โœจ Here's to ๐ŸŽ‰
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People's Trust for Endangered Species Aug 30
Hedgerow trees are fantastic for wildlife. Old trees are valuable as their rot holes & dead wood are perfect roost sites for birds and bats & also provide the increasingly rare habitat needed for an incredible array of rare invertebrates๐ŸŒฟ
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