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Berlijntje May 15
Another story of a search lasting decades to get diagnosed with . In Germany there is not one single medical doctor with experience with . If I am wrong here, let me know. My Wife Had Ehlers-Danlos and Didn’t Know It
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Peter May 11
So many species declining because of human interventions...such a pity that don’t recognize the role of programmes like in that and treating the countryside like a whilst at the same time getting obsessed by this.
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Lady Birder May 11
Visit to Farnham then Thursley Common this am. , Cuckoo, Tree Pipit at both; 20+ Crossbills, Wood Lark, 2 Dartford Warbler @ FC; 2 Hobbies, Swifts + Curlew @ TC + many other regulars. Very productive morning. ++photos to go through now!
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Melinda West Maxwell May 17
Replying to @jenbrea
For diagnostic purposes I was very impressed with Dr. Chad Haldeman-Englert in the EDS Clinic at Fullerton Genetics of Mission here in Asheville, NC. By the way Jen your discussion led me to be evaluated and now in addition to ME/CFS I also have GHSD/hEDS dx.
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Laura Bayley May 15
On a non-work related note, I thoroughly enjoyed a guided walk around Wick on Tuesday evening to listen to some ...and other birds. Heard my first for many a year! 😊 Ps. Test your . ☝️
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kate heaps May 11
What better way to celebrate international nurses day, and 30 years of nursing than with this lovely bunch, too many missing I'm afraid, I hope more will make it next year
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A Case May 14
f*ck the trailer, this is the best family around!
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Friends of Croome May 14
Thanks you for staging these wonderful events for our members. So glad you heard the singing.
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The Forster-Smiths May 14
Replying to @NTCroome
Here is a Nightingale hotspot along the Shelter Belt . This is one of the most north-westerly points that breeding can be heard in Europe. It was quite tense as we all strained to hear the distinctive song...
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Michele May 13
WHEW! Your fav could NEVER!!!!
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Arc May 15
Early with a chance of ! Here's the moment when we heard a nightingale on our Dawn Chorus walk a while back. Listen out for that liquid song
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ecoshamanism May 15
Been at again, camping in the frost. Kept awake by . Difficult to see let alone photograph so here is a instead
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Andy Clements May 11
Great to welcome as 's new President appropriately on . Heard on this morning interviewing about Our website and e-newsletter this week will carry the full announcement
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Kimberly Kruszewski May 11
My favorite family!!! I’m from the states so I watch it on YouTube...
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ecoshamanism May 15
Human sat at the base of this big old ⁦on estate - a reaching to where I stood. Walked and listened to - the energy of the that’s been left to do it’s own is great! ⁦⁩ ⁦
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ecoshamanism May 16
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Folkstock May 15
Wonderful feature on the 'bravely inventive' folkie/generally good egg that is in todays thanks to Have a gander here
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PlanetPod May 11
Loved hearing on this morning talking about at - if you want to learn more about it listen to our podcast with Izzy here, or go visit Knepp - it is a wonderful place!
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Deborah Harvey May 12
Hearing a nightingale in Bushey Coombe last night reminded me of another May evening 7 years ago when I went listening for nightingales with at Wickwar Common. I wrote this poem about it in the shape of a sonogram.
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Oh TWIST! May 11
Fatigue and - most have “chronic fatigue & EDS”, not CFS/ME like some:
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