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The Wildlife Trusts Jan 14
Otters have now been seen in every county in England – back from the brink of extinction!
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Little Green Space 3h
Putting apple out in your garden can attract the winter thrushes - redwing and fieldfare. In colder weather they come to gardens to find food. Via
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Kay Fairest 10h
Can’t wait for this time of year again 🐣🐥 💛
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Sussex Wildlife Trust Jan 15
This is a sea mouse - an amazing marine worm, with iridescent spines. They live under the sand, but this one washed up at Rye Harbour after recent storms
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The Shireman Jan 17
It's said, "The burnt it's breast in the fires of purgatory, mercifully taking drops of water, for the lips of parched souls in torment." is a
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The Wildlife Trusts Jan 17
Otter spraint is supposed to smell of jasmine – if you’re brave enough to take a good sniff!
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The Wildlife Trusts Jan 7
Now is the perfect time to enjoy our three UK swan species – Mute, Bewick’s and Whooper
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Nicky W 18h
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The Wildlife Trusts Dec 28
Thousands of landowners and farmers manage their land for wildlife with advice and support from their local Wildlife Trust
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The Wildlife Trusts Jan 8
The ritual dance of the Common Crane is a beautiful and elegant sight, full of wing-flapping, head-banging and jumping!
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Sheffield WT Jan 19
Did you know that the collective name for goldfinches is a charm? It comes from the Old English c'irm, which refers to the finches' twittering song.
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Sussex Wildlife Trust 17h
Weasels are pencil thin, long, & sleek with an orangey-brown back & white chin & belly. They are often confused with their cousins, the stoat, but weasels are smaller, with a shorter tail that doesn't have a black tip
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The Wildlife Trusts Dec 29
The evergreen mistletoe grows as a parasite high up among the branches of trees, tapping into the boughs for nutrients
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Kay Fairest Jan 17
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Ronald Turner 13h
Robin ,Lichen and Dead Molls Fingers Avenue Washlands
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The Wildlife Trusts Jan 19
Marsh harriers typically migrate to Africa in winter, but many are now choosing to remain in the UK. Look for them roosting in reedbeds:
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The Wildlife Trusts Dec 28
Don't stay inside this Christmas time! Wrap up warm, take a hot chocolate, and discover a winter wildlife experience! Raptor roosts, murmurations, thousands of waders, seal pups and a spot of smooching beneath the mistletoe
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Sussex Wildlife Trust 11h
January is the perfect time to clean out nest boxes, ready for birds to move in during spring
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RSPCA Frontline Jan 14
Young Tawny rescued after freak accident when a feather became entangled in telegraph pole wire. Left dangling & unable to itself but luckily ACO Greaves & were there to rescue. Now being cared for & expected to make a full recovery 38
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Kay Fairest Jan 19
Winter weather debris washed down the river gives this Grey wagtail a good place to find food and have a rest
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