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Brucemoll 8h
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And there are a few trees, tho the top field is ridiculously large with no
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michelle hellier 7h
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OldSchoolroomGallery 10h
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Thanet Trees Jun 7
Here's a very revealing video which shows nests in the devastation at the Winter Gardens in Thanet - we need to hold Thanet District Council to account
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Liz Hoggarth Apr 30
This is where I live. The sing because we control , replant , re-build stone walls, use minimal fert, produce minimal slurry and hard EVERY. SINGLE. DAY. The water from our fells is used by us, our stock and neighbours.
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Kenneth Howells May 13
We cannot evict birds with netting, say MPs Unbelievable with becoming extinct - this obscenity allowed - what prat first come up with this idea ? All for money shld be ashamed but won't be
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Kate Chaplin 9h
Petition: Outlaw planning applications that include removal of mature trees or hedgerows.
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Newbridge Tidy Towns Jun 14
Photograph of the as sunset approached, some areas mown, others left to nature to encourage our to visit & we the park visitors have the benifit of seeing & more
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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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Donna Rainey Apr 1
Irish hare in an Irish meadow, So refreshing to visit an area where meadows are the norm, look like proper hedges & flowers in the sward are abundant.
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Owen Devine Mar 29
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sheila jeffries Apr 28
Early morning light transforms the garden, It's only small but I've planted trees and hedging plants. In the distance are the woods where the nightingales used to sing, hundreds of them, making incredible, magical music from twilight until dawn.
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Hunt Watch Mar 20
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Rachel Toll Mar 13
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Biodiversity Ireland Apr 10
Our rarest solitary bee (Tawny mining bee) spotted feeding on Blackthorn in Kilkenny. Flowering hedgerows are vital for wildlife
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michael hughes 15h
20190614IT Gecko watching me watching him Badia a Ruoti Italy #9
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Abi Reader Jun 1
We have 15 miles of hedges on farm providing for our They’re also & our history & This hedge relaid January 2019
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BHT Nursery Jun 7
- now is the time to water any of your newly planted or if you can, especially with a looming. If not, at least keep them weed free to reduce competition so they can get off to the best start
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Liz Hoggarth May 2
Lovely to see in replanting This particular farm has not only replanted bare spots, but has also planted over 200 metres of new hedge.
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Robin + Liza gardeners into #hedgerowRetention Jun 12
Dormice 72% decline since 1993 truly shocking - "The loss of connecting features such as means the small rodents have no way to travel between woods, as they will not cover large distances on the ground."
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