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Prof Alastair Driver Apr 17
This is my 6,363rd tweet and without doubt the most important. Now is the time to show that is a key natural climate breakdown solution here in Britain. Please take a look at this link, sign the petition, email the link to friends and share the call on social media.
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Prof Alastair Driver Apr 19
Magical at area this morning. Whitethroats, Lesser Whitethroats, Blackcaps, Song Thrushes, Skylarks bursting with song. White Storks and Buzzards wheeling in thermals above. House Martins inspecting the eaves and Swallows skimming the Hammer Pond. Perfect.
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Rob Yorke Apr 16
How I got rabbit hole, sea eagles, willow warblers, toothpaste, GM, and social science into my contrib on A transcript
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Tommy's Outdoors 12m
There was quite a response to the last episode of the podcast with . So, go check it out if you haven't done so yet! I am definitely up for another episode where we focus specifically on . Let's make it happen!
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finley Reynolds 3h
As well as a 11 mile walk, the Easter weekend gave me time to finally read Wilding by Isabella Tree. It's an outstanding book & I highly recommend it to everyone who's interested in wildlife conservation/ecology/enviro-agriculture.
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naturalscotland Apr 13
'Rank heather' quickly gives way to regen of native woodland if seed sources have not all been burned & deer numbers are not kept artificially high. Deeper mossy litter layer slows run-off, reducing risk of wildfire damage to peat & cuts d'stream floods
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Coco Bee 4h
Looking for advice on an area of grass. Don’t cut it often anyway. It’s already glorious with moss and dandelions, but looking for advice on wildflowers and other things to sow that will be soft under foot and resilient enough to take small kids playing football.
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Rewilding Britain Apr 13
In case you weren't quite up at 6.30 this morning - here's the link to , featuring our own and a really excellent debate and discussion about what has to offer farmers, rural communities and nature
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Rewilding Britain 19h
Inspirational! and are showing us that actions speak louder than words. Together we can make a brighter future for people, wildlife and climate. Join the call and RT.
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Citizen Zoo 3h
Here's to another fantastic start to the week! Sign-up to our newsletter to receive regular updates about what we've been up to, news about and info on upcoming events & talks!
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Steeleybobs Apr 20
Losing myself in a spot of gardening today. Sun shining, gentle breeze, birdies tweeting 😊 Having decided to encourage more wildlife into the garden, not over-tidying and leaving the dandelions be is proving harder than expected. Old habits die hard 🐝🐛🦋🕷🐞🌱🍂
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RewildTheChild 4h
Join photographer, Peter Cairns for our ‘SCOTLAND: A Rewilding Journey’ show as he showcases stunning imagery, but also poses an intriguing question: What should Scotland look like? Tickets:
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Will Knocker 7h
Thank you for detailed reply: 'multiple objectives' is the phrase: in a big enough ecosystem you could just stand back & let succession take place....a very complex subject but one of the principles is to stop 'control' ….we humans love to interfere!
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Andy Apr 14
I would also like to live in a country where our 'National Parks" see their primary role as areas that protect, conserve and improve the outcome of our native wildlife by ensuring that our environmental biodiversity is as good as it can possibly be.
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William E. Simpson II  Ⓥ naturalist/rancher/author Apr 20
Replying to @KellyKLavender
Sadly, we find this 2B safety net that only serves a fraction of taken off range. has 2 become Primary Strategy & Solution; Not 'Return To Confinement' where Wild Horses go from BLM jails to private jails. This PLAN () can save them.
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Journal of Applied Ecology 6h
Horse grazing restores plant diversity and pollinator habitat use
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Wight Hot 😺 55m
Replying to @CheeseJacket
My lawn is on a woodland edge; it gets the occasional mow, but reckon it's pointless to try and defeat its natural properties! This is how it's looking today. Might even be some moss in there!
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Rich Warne ⌛ Apr 21
But they need
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Sally Murphy Apr 20
I have declared in our house. It concentrates the mind on doing SOMETHING to help in this mess. is underway in the garden. It is insect central out there.
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Rosewood Farm's Rob 1h
Replying to @RosewoodFarms
intensive farming yet to some it is seen as a way to - it isn't, as and tourism are rarely compatible - you cannot create an undisturbed landscape for wildlife and then make money by charging people to see it or do unrelated activities in close proximity.
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