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alidonaldson Aug 9
This brings home beautifully the gravity of the climate emergency.
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Jaidev Jamwal Aug 10
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Rohan Fox 6h
Some insects I spotted while on holiday in Camarthernshire this week. A Painted Lady Butterfly, a Red-Tailed Bumblebee, and a European Peacock Butterfly!
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Lapwing Ecology 6h
Another fieldwork season finished, thanks to a fantastic team effort across a wide range of sites, and 744km walked by one of our surveyors! Winter starts here...
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Rigby Digby Aug 12
Got bored while out bat netting, so these little fellas got some added personality. ๐Ÿฆ‡๐Ÿ’•
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Yoot Digme ๐ŸŒˆ 7h
my weekend's meditation on words: compassion, caring, showing interest, listening, experiencing, living, being sensitive. awareness, consciousness.
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Meg Skinner Aug 16
Whopper of a grass snake from last weeks reptile surveys
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Robyn Aug 15
Did my first badger survey yesterday plus a dusk then dawn bat survey and data analysis so all in all Iโ€™ve had approximately 4 hours sleep in the last 18 hours ๐ŸคŸ๐Ÿผ
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Evan Kirstel Aug 15
๐ŸŒฒ ๐ŸŒณ How tree-planting can plant 100,000 trees in a single day!
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Giuliano Liguori 5h
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EcoInternet 16h
Letter: Tell our state leaders to stand up for : Vail Daily MORE w/ EcoSearch - news: web:
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Sarah Raymond Aug 15
Amazing day ringing both adult and juvenile owls from nest boxes. Great to see that some of the chicks have successfully fledged and that there are eggs still waiting to hatch๐Ÿฃ is important for monitoring local population size and movement
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Dr. Strange Aug 11
Twitter folk...can anyone ID this awesome organism? Spotted In Morzine (French alps) by my nephews who are desperate to know what it is?????
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Meghan Hamp Aug 12
The tundra is amazing! Fireweed is very uncommon at Daring Lake, NWT, where I am doing my MSc fieldwork... However, the disturbance created by these arctic ground squirrel burrows has enabled them to establish!
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Parth Raval 11h
Not a rocket science. Plain and simple. Do not encroach natural way of rivers. Go for river flood zoning. Do not hamper ecological flow. River will provide all you need, Otherwise it will be a disaster !!
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Ad Aug 15
Nowadays a huge media campaign would spread through Paleolithic H. Sapiens asking them to stop immediately.
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Laerth SILVA 7h
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China Daily 22h
China's Tibet has seen significant progress in restoring biodiversity. The population of Tibetan antelopes has grown to more than 200,000 and Tibetan wild donkeys have increased in numbers from 50,000 to 80,000.
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Olivia Walton Aug 16
Bat box checking (& sniffing) today - found two common pips ๐Ÿฆ‡๐Ÿ˜
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Karnataka Forest Department Aug 16
Planting done in May 2018 at, Kolar Industrial area, by the social forestry division. These include, Rosewood, Neem, Pongamia, Arjuna, etc.
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