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Angela Hennessy - Raspberry Thief 3h
Having a play with gouache today for an exciting up coming project. It took me some time to switch my head from watercolour technique. It's always good to mix it up and try a different medium.
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Bex Lynam Aug 7
The minke whales have definitely arrived on the coast!! 🐋 Great start to our survey out of Whitby with , &
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The Wildlife Trusts Aug 5
Replying to @WildlifeTrusts
Parks, green spaces and all areas around homes must be part of a wild network of nature-rich areas that benefit wildlife and people every day. ​It’s essential if we’re to tackle the twin climate and biodiversity crises, and provide homes that people want to live in
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Tim Birch Aug 8
It's fantastic Paul how many people are connecting to our wonderful It gives glimpse of exciting where more people can see more wildlife in National Park. BUT change is needed. The Park should be full of wildlife. At moment it isn't.
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Lizzie Bannister🍃💚🍃 Aug 6
Writing to or meeting your MP over planning is a great way to show them that wildlife & strong environment laws are important to the people they represent. You can also encourage them to speak up for strong environment laws & champion ambitious measures to create a !
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Tim Birch Aug 7
It comes back to root of problem. Wildlife being systematically exterminated on grouse moors so grouse can be shot.Theres a brighter for our Uplands and .It doesnt depend on killing wildlife. Public opinion is moving in favour of a
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Jo Smith Aug 8
“Awareness is growing” says as she kicks off with - watch on Utube right now! We need a better for future for our precious birds of prey. And we need YOUR help to achieve that.
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Tim Birch Aug 7
Well it is a kind of quality if what you're trying to do is farm grouse. But more and more people are realising our Uplands and should be more than this. Time for a
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Pete Tomlin Aug 7
Build it and they will come. One week later and we have frogs in our pond. Result!
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Steve Randall 1h
I’ve just supported call for Highly Protected Marine Areas to protect our ! You can too. Let’s make a
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Lancashire Wildlife Trust Aug 9
Are you aged between 16 and 25? Want to help create positive changes for the environment right here in the North West? 🌍 Then join the FREE virtual event on Wednesday 19 August! Book here:
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Risby - A Wildlife Friendly Village 20h
These Hart’s Tongue Ferns are amazingly growing on a barn wall in the village. This hardy native is an indicator of ancient woodland. It’s named after the fronds which look like a deer’s tongue
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Tim Birch Aug 8
A in our Uplands could be so different. Change is needed to benefit wildlife the climate and wonderful opportunities for nature based tourism.
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Risby - A Wildlife Friendly Village Aug 9
A lovely visit @weststowcountrypark The River Lark runs through it & there are walks that lead you to a fishing lake (an interesting turquoise today) & monsters! The wildlife was great!
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Risby - A Wildlife Friendly Village Aug 8
Great video of a grass snake climbing steps at a nearby village sent in from one of our residents. Thank you so much
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Lancashire Wildlife Trust Aug 9
We’ve come to the end of ! We hope you’ve had a wild time! Here is an easy way for you to continue to protect our seas, no matter where you live:
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Risby - A Wildlife Friendly Village Aug 7
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Risby - A Wildlife Friendly Village 4h
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Risby - A Wildlife Friendly Village Aug 9
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Notts Wildlife Trust Aug 7
Replying to @Nottswildlife
If we are to have any prospect of restoring nature, we must have connectivity across our landscape, including our towns and cities. New growth and renewal areas must benefit wildlife too. Do you agree?
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