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The Wildlife Trusts Nov 18
Food is getting scarce for birds at this time of the year. Help them get through the winter by feeding regularly
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The Wildlife Trusts Nov 6
Urchin originally meant hedgehog, meaning sea urchins are actually named hedgehogs of the sea
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The Wildlife Trusts Nov 16
We work with over 3,000 landowners and farmers every year, to help them manage their land for wildlife
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The Wildlife Trusts Nov 6
Our volunteers contributed 1.4 MILLION hours last year โ€“ we couldnโ€™t do it without you!
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BBSChetwynd Oct 25
Quick picture of one of the jaguars in the Northern Pantenal Brazil. Worth the 27 hour journey. This place is paradise!
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Som Wildlife Trust Nov 18
This time of year Starlings will be filling the skies. Have you seen the annual amazing aerial show yet? If you have or when you do, we'd Love to see your pictures! .
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Ranger Jamie Nov 16
Unexpected award today from ๐Ÿ˜€ But very much appreciated.
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Kay Fairest Oct 26
Someoneโ€™s been hitting the snooze button, come on get up itโ€™s going to be a lovely day โ˜€๏ธโ˜€๏ธโ˜€๏ธ ๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ‚๐Ÿ
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The Wildlife Trusts Nov 13
Barn owls famously hunt on silent wings, a soft fringe along the outside of their flight feathers reducing the noise of their flight
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Sussex Wildlife Trust 11h
Clever herring gulls at Rye Harbour reserve have worked out they can smash open mussel shells by dropping them on the road
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David 19h
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Kay Fairest Nov 2
Do you mind, I need a wee ๐Ÿ™Š ๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿ‚
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C'wallWildlifeTrust Nov 7
Starfish have an eye spot at the end of each arm, which allows them to sense light, dark, and simple shapes!
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Sheffield WT Nov 5
Remember remember ... not to launch sky lanterns today!
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Kay Fairest Nov 5
I just dropped by to say hello friends, good morning, happy Sunday ๐Ÿ‚๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿค—
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The Wildlife Trusts Nov 15
How would you describe a sea urchin? Samuel Johnsonโ€™s 18th century dictionary called them โ€œa kind of crabfish that has prickles instead of feetโ€
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The Wildlife Trusts 13h
Choose a dry, still evening to look for this winter ghost, soaring on silent wings
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Brian May's Save Me Nov 15
Red Special & fingers resting from world tour because there's lots of wildlife work calling. , Onwards...
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The Wildlife Trusts Nov 15
Barn Owls feed almost exclusively on small mammals, with 50% of their food being made up of field voles
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RSPCA Frontline Nov 18
This male Tawny Owl was found exhausted after the breeding season just sat in a bus stop, but luckily he managed to get a lift from an off duty RSPCA Officer and is now being cared for Care for some much needed TLC 38
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