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BeeInspired natural skincreams 12h
please attend the debate about netting of + trees by . We urge you to suggest that cordon sannitaire be erected to protect existing flora + fauna rather than destruction - they need all help + respect
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NestsNOTNets 3m
These are wonderful! But I'd rather keep our and trees for our bees
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Into wild bliss Apr 3
I walked a small dirt track by the sea, spotted a hint of purple! I peeked and found this hidden carpet of Speedwell. Mauve into purple, so lovely and such a thrill to find them. Treasures of the . I also found this tiny stained glass jewel in the sun.
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Liam Lysaght Feb 25
Given our biodiversity crisis, what we know about the value of , and how they are such a unique feature of the Irish landscape, is it time to outlaw their removal? I think it is.
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NT Llanerchaeron Apr 2
Thank you for the donation of 1,000 and . Our staff had the best day out of the office planting them, expanding our to create better nesting habitats for local species.
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Catherine Drea Apr 8
Good morning! Blackthorn blossoms are the first native trees to bloom on the . They light up rural
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NestsNOTNets Apr 7
are supposed to be protected and biodiversity improved not destroyed. Planners are under resourced and often over ruled by weak or indeed vested interest councillors. Yes we have housing targets but sustainable design can always be included
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Queenie Concime QC Apr 18
Decades for 'replacement' to establish & grow, offering similar eco advantages of the 'removed' dendrology. So, healthy ecology, beauty, excess wet & wind protection, as well as deterring intruders. 🐦 shrouding hedgerow or 🌳followed by cruel uprooting.
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Sarah ✨ Jan 6
The importance of not cutting back hedgerows it provides shelter for birds, butterflies and a wide variety of wildlife
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Tracy Edwards Apr 9
Developers are and to prevent from nesting. Just when you thought humans couldn't sink any lower. PLEASE SIGN and RT and make it illegal for these awful people to continue this obscene practice.
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Partnership for Biodiversity in Planning Apr 9
.@JamesBrokenshire reminds of their legal obligation to consider the impact of a project on local in respose to concerns raised about of and .
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SaveNclWildlife Apr 9
Want to see more , shrubs, , living walls & green roofs in the fight against air pollution? Respond to 's consultation on air quality here:
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Sarah ✨ Mar 17
These gorgeous ladybirds snuggled together in this recently cut hedgerow. The importance of hedgerows for all insects, birds, butterflies & ladybirds 🐞🦋🐛
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Owen Devine Mar 29
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Ben Porter Feb 20
Today's name of the day is Bras Melyn: the Yellowhammer. Once a familiar sight across Wales, we've lost 58% since 1995. This is linked to a loss of seed-rich arable crops, unimproved field margins & , so providing more and protection for such habitats is crucial
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Woodland Trust Apr 9
Want to add green to your school or community? Apply for for healthy and havens
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NestsNOTNets Apr 16
are not just for birds. All sorts of mammals, snakes, lizards bats etc. use them to live in or feed off. Anyone erecting this will never be able to spot every animal living inside. This died trapped inside is a disgusting practice.
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Hunt Watch Mar 20
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Lucy_B Mar 8
Turns out the ancient hedge near my house is going to be transloctaed by the developer to an area outside the permitted development (not on outline plan). It lies outside of the controls governed by any planning approval How convenient!
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NestsNOTNets 8h
are heavily protected by law. endangers their roosts and feeding are a food source. Join in a national bat count!
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