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William E. Simpson II  Ⓥ naturalist/rancher/author 14m
New Bill - Door Opens for Rewilding America’s Wild Horses Via FY2020 Interior Appropriations Budget: Posted Here➡️⬅️ via
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BLUE Campaign 💙 Jun 20
Well written letter in todays Times newspaper by Dr Trevor Dines Reproduced with thanks to
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Helen McCallin Jun 17
What a dam. What a wetland habitat in the making. Beavers are remarkable nature engineers,benefiting ecosystems,⬇️flooding & pollution,⬆️habitat for fish nurseries,inverts,providing food & shelter for a vast array of species
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Cllr Pam Buchan 6h
Very poor quality vid of awesome baby newt with huge gills and baby legs. Cameo by a backswimmer.
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BLUE Campaign 💙 Jun 24
Lady's Bedstraw EVERYWHERE! Who loves ? 💙
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Sam Rye 4h
Massive project in Chile
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Watershed Watch 51m
As Canada’s habitats disappear, conservation needs to start on our doorstep. via
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Adam Cormack Jun 23
Bee orchid at the disused US airbase at Twyford Woods, Lincolnshire.
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Paul Bradley Jun 23
Fantastic habitat restoration employing the 'patience method' - a much under-used approach in these days of grant-focused plantation-density tree planting and 'short-termism'.
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UCLA Center for Climate Science Jun 23
Our trip leader talks about our visit to and why are a great climate adaptation.
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Helen McCallin Jun 24
Beaver dams are incredibly complex structures that play key role in creating the wonderful species rich & diverse wetland habitats. So it’s important to make sure they are constantly checked & maintained 🎥Dad
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Amos Keppler Jun 20
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Hanna Paulomäki 10h
Good news from Sweden. An area that has not been bottom trawled for long has finally been proposed as an to allow to continue. This area is much needed as there aren't many other such areas left in the Kattegat.
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Urbanponds101 Jun 20
my kitty cats are lovin my efforts 💚
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Rachel 16h
As continues to gain momentum, the question arises - do trees need human intervention in order to flourish?
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Kate Marriott Jun 22
A wonderful piece from Isabella Tree talking about natural regeneration and seeing shrubs in their full glory!
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GroveFarmStitchcombe Jun 24
3 years ago I rewilded part of our garden ie stopped mowing and cut once a year and cart clippings. Look what’s appeared.
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REFAUNA Jun 23
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Irish Tatler Jun 24
Retiring the lawn-mowing never felt so good...
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Rewilding Me Jun 17
Why do people hate brambles so much? Insects adore the flowers, birds gorge on the fruits & meanwhile they make a safe space for birdsnests & saplings & an everlasting barrier. People will root up brambles to erect a sterile & temporary wooden fence. It's nuts.
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