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Alex Oct 14
Braved the rain today and went for walk with and my dad at Langsett Resi. Was rewarded with beautiful walk and spying goldcrest, merganser, mistle thrush and lesser spotted woodpecker. Worth dodging the showers!
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Lori Duvall 21h
Oh, I can think of some other words | There's only one word for Americans who go on trophy hunting sprees in foreign lands: Depraved
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Wildlife Watch 23h
An insectivore is an animal that only (or mainly) eats insects! Our handy spotter sheet can help you recognise some of the most common insectivores!
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SIT Select 8h
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Som Wildlife Trust 22h
Did you know that ferns are a very old group of plants? Most of the modern fern families that we see today first appeared in the Early Cretaceous period, roughly 145 million years ago – during the age of the dinosaurs!
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Sussex Wildlife Trust 🦔 20h
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YWT Living Seas Oct 14
It's Starfish Sunday. This week we have something different, this starfish was fossilised over 200 million years ago!
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Daniel Hauck 19h
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Tom Fitton 21h
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Suzanne Buchanan 17h
He’s just looking for his wallet! He knows he left it in the car and he couldn’t sleep!!
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Karen Oct 14
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Li33ie  N.F.F.C Shaw Oct 10
Replying to @kirstiealley
Im just the same as you, i would rather watch the beauty of nature & animals than read all the crap constantly in your face...
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Som Wildlife Trust Oct 13
Autumn is a great time for fungi spotting! Keep a look out for all sorts of interesting mushrooms, and don't forget to take a spotter sheet
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Samantha Moorcraft Oct 14
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victoria may Oct 13
This squirrel was enjoying a fallen apple in front of my kitchen window ...Ate almost the whole thing and didn't care who was watching .
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Handykam.com Oct 10
Thanks Mr T for the recommendation. We are more than happy to help, please feel free to drop us a line and we can help assist further.....but watch out, it can be very addictive!
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Tom Fitton Oct 14
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Ian Barrett Oct 7
Enjoying a visit to 's new(ish) Greystones Farm visitor centre - a nature reserve in a Cotswold farm on the site of an iron age town.
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Ian Barrett Oct 7
Replying to @gloswildlife
Greystones Farm has some lovely wet meadows alongside the River Eye - we'll have to come back in the summer to see the orchids and other wildflowers in full display
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Sheila Bautz Oct 9
OMG - talk about Beautiful! I've always said I would trust any animal, any day of the week, & with my life before another human being. With animals, what you see is what you get and they have a valid reason for every response or reaction. 💐🐾💋
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