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New Forest Commoner 11h
Enjoy the simple things. No.18: the sight of heather in bloom on the heathland.
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Matt pinner Aug 21
Sunrise in the New forest ——————————— lovely morning down at one of my local spots in the New Forest today ————————————————— Photo take with 📸5DIV taken at F16 lens 16,35 using 2 stop medium ⬛️ and tripod
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Commoning Family Aug 22
Wow - the smells amazing. You can tell it is drifting season. The in the distance are super alert.
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Darren Fry 12h
Im on my way to London for concert at the Albert Hall. Then going camping tomorrow for the weekend in relatively empty . Will be birding and mainly sitting quietly. Around a mobile moth trap.
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Margaret P Houston Aug 22
A few pictures from my walk this afternoon.
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Matt pinner Aug 20
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Matt pinner Aug 17
If this photo makes you feel happy comment below with a 😊
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New Forest Verderers Aug 20
Please be extra careful in the and for your own safety avoid the area of the planned drifts. The drifts are vital for the welfare and management of the Forest herd. This week's drifts are Friday 23rd at Broomy and Sunday 25th at Beaulieu Aerodrome.
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Netley Marsh CE Inf Aug 21
Saw this happy donkey doing their morning ablutions outside this morning. Made us smile
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Lee Suter 12h
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New Forest Verderers Aug 21
Do not dispose of windfall apples on the . You may think that you are helping the ponies but you are not. Apples in quantity can cause colic, a painful condition which can kill. Whole apples can cause choking. This bag was collected from beside the B3078 yesterday.
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Forest Tracker 13h
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New Forest Dog 22h
Some atmistpherical startings on my today before the 🌞 arrived!
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Keith Elcombe 🦌 Aug 21
Fallow deer bucks are starting to shed their antler velvet. It does look painful, and flies are pestering the deer as they shed. Can't help but feel sorry for them, but some will sport some magnificent antlers for the rut. 😎🦌
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Forest Tracker Aug 21
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Lisa J Aug 21
CW: snake. Lovely walk in the this morning. Glad I spotted this adder before any of us stepped on it. It wasn't going anywhere in a hurry!
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I.Alonso Aug 20
Second day of the , today in the . Dave Morris from and Jenny Thomas from explaining habitat management. In particular bracken (cutting and composting for garden use; spraying) and heather burning, cutting and bailing.
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Anne Bruton Aug 19
Early morning dog walk on a day like today on the reminds me how very lucky I have been to be able to retire while still healthy and active.
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New Forest Dog Aug 19
Good mornings Twoofers! Earlies to bed, and earlies to up Makes a Newf a happier pup. Hopes you all haff a luffly Tuesday!
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New Forest Dog Aug 19
If you furs are not as chilled as me when you sees anipals, then please put your humans on a short lead and make sure you Thank you twoofs! 😘
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