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Steve Carver Sep 16
Replying to @pip_tp
I actually don't think is either. Not by anyone with any sense at least. However, I think it is essential that we apply rewilding principles as and where we can. Back to my continuum of approaches across a continuum of scales.
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Steve Carver Sep 14
My article on how & shooting could coexist is out now in . replies.
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January Gill O'Neil 9h
My author copies of arrived today! Woo hoo! 💃🏾🥂💥 Thanks to for their continued support.
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The Body Shop 12h
“Let’s end the war on wildlife”. Very welcome words from to revive British wildlife. Here at The Body Shop, we’re committed to doing just that. Can't wait to launch a project in the UK as part of our World Mission.
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Joanne Rowland Art Sep 18
Me... Chris Packham... and my Calendar... Been a fabulously informative day, brilliant speaker if you ever get the chance folks Many many thanks to all the organisers and sponsors, you did great!
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Jennifer Clair Robson Sep 18
Thank you for helping inspire understanding today. And for all the tomorrows.
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Peter Cairns 7h
Delighted to be joined by Laurent Geslin and his amazing lynx images for a visual rewilding journey at Wildscreen Festival in Bristol on Oct 18, compered by . Thx to and for hosting this event. Do join us:
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🐾🐞julie🌳🥀 Sep 18
thanks for my book at Gateshead, btw, I didn't have my headphones in during your talk, just over lunch, noisy room. I did draw my garden though, to see my small space Re-wilding:
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Jamie Macaulay Sep 17
Let's start with the wealthy nations...how about . There's a huge low population density, potential high biodiversity landscape in the north, perfect for . Just need land reform, control deer and stop upland farming/grouse shooting.
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Steve Carver 11h
Yes. Did you miss Liam's ST piece on back in 13 June issue "A Marvel or a Mistake" ...pure theatre. You'd probably like it.
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Maria Turnbull-Kemp Sep 18
At the event Rewilding the Future event with as the main speaker. Learning about collaboration and bringing back our wildlife
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Steve Carver Sep 18
Oh, thank you! Charmed I'm sure. You could turn it all on it's head, and say that your views are forcing your worldview on the rest of us I suppose? But, as per last of the "nots" isn't just about re-introductions is it?
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Juliet Stibbe 12h
I am a member of and , but have also recently read and . There is much common ground, eg care for nature and sense in eating wild venison. etc will work best with co-operation, not polarisation.
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Jack Sep 15
What is Patagonia doing to help push conservation efforts forward while being a thorn in the side of those who would destroy wild places for profit? Questions answered in our interview with Patagonia's Rick Ridgeway !
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Paul Pié 17h
Replying to @Ian56789
I try to explain to my fellow Citizens, IF Succeeds, America Will be NO MORE ~ There'll be NO One World Government without the ERASING of the Very IDEA of America ~ < these are real agendas in play ~ diabolical stuff ~
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Lucas Ruzo Sep 16
Fab day out with the crew doing habitat assessments for future reintroductions in Norfolk! 🌍🦗🐛🦋
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Peter Cairns Sep 11
Did an interview with a PhD student recently about lynx reintroduction. Student: “Why are these things so very complicated?” Me: “Because we make them so.” Wildlife management isn’t about wildlife, it’s about people and what goes on in their heads.
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Steve Carver Sep 16
You seem to think is the only approach to conservation. Did you read my ST article or not? If you want to discuss macro we could look at Y2Y and similar projects . As for 'could' we're talking futures here, so it is entirely appropriate.
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Jason Gilchrist 20h
Replying to @jgilchrist13
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Steve Carver Sep 16
Its the same with academic papers and book chapters if that's any consolation. Just gone through that with a book chapter on "Passive rewilding and land abandonment". Part of a whole book just on . Bet you can't wait! It'd make a great Christmas present for
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