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james bolton Sep 22
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Maria Floyd Sep 18
Day 26 new work in progress drying in the studio today 100cmx100cm ⁦⁩
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damsonplums Sep 19
A snip of berries for breakfast
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Nicola McKenna Sep 20
crab apple and cinnamon gin and sloe and orange gin β™₯️πŸ₯‚πŸ™‚
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Annabananna Sep 20
One of my favourite things: jewels. ready a swim in .
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SaveOurSparrows Sep 21
A special moment tonight on the was a family of hopping & skipping around the Wildlife Pond. They are nesting in my the young close by. Not seen the young ones till tonight. No photos, just & watched them eat & drink.
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SaveOurSparrows Sep 23
The beautiful behind home alive with this Morning. Iv been meaning to video, but Millie won’t let me.. 🐢 as we pass on our walk sometimes. But they visit my garden, but use my mini wildlife area in the Alley too. LW it was cut back, unhappy
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Colin Chalkley Sep 17
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Mavis Sep 21
Bryony berries brightening up the autumn hedgerow. They look attractive but they are poisonous.
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Greta J. Coates Sep 21
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Rachel Plachcinski Sep 23
Replying to @ZwartblesIE
Lots of lovely red berries but I haven't seen many sloes this year (I'm in West Yorkshire)
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Art Morrell Sep 21
Replying to @MoralArty
They've successfully obliterated the in places. Very sad to see this perpetual decline in wildlife habitat.
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Chiltern Rangers Sep 16
Another of our mammals in decline we know what to do, can we act in time and at scale to avoid you can act join us at the festival planting on Mon 12/10 booking essential get in touch
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Deborah Vass Sep 18
Rosehips and honeysuckle berries
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J S-A Sep 20
Just starting on some hedgerow jelly. I may be biased but I think this looks beautiful.
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Howardian Hills AONB Sep 19
A favourite view taken from one of the high points in the showing the mosaic of habitats from agricultural fields and their boundaries to the deep pockets of waiting to be explored.
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Prime Minister Jezz Sep 20
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Rachel Toll Sep 21
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Angus Ashworth Sep 19
The hedgerow harvest! Slow gin, crab apple jelly and rose hip syrup on its way
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JoJo Sep 20
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