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Bella Lack 19 Mar 19
Last night I heard these two speak. Isaac, from Zambia, says the money from rarely, or never, trickles down to the local communities. It’s all a bundle of deceit made by (some) Western people to justify their inexcusableactions.
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Born Free Foundation 18 Mar 19
Meet our Wildlife Heroes! Each amazing individual has been chosen for their dedication, courage and support for conservation. We'll be honouring them tonight at a special event. Please read and share their stories
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Helping Rhinos 🦏 Jul 30
On we salute every who puts his or her life on the line to protect our vulnerable and precious . Thank you for you commitment and courage - true
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Bea 🇨🇦 Oct 13
On 🇨🇦 I give thanks for around the world battling to save species in serious decline. Here in the UK we are still fighting to get to remove the death trap netting on their playing field. Please be one
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Born Free Foundation 18 Mar 19
We’re at the to recognise and thank our 24 Wildlife Heroes who have dedicated their lives to wildlife conservation. We thank and salute them all
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BirdLife Australia Jan 30
Helping birds after fire Tip #3 Provide shade. Shady bird baths, garden umbrellas, well watered shrubs all help heat stressed birds. See for more tips. 📷 Rainbow Lorikeets by Peter Waghorn
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Barbara Wilson Jan 3
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The Better India Nov 18
Nearly 17,000 migratory birds have died so far at - India's largest inland water saltwater lake - due to botulism, a serious and fatal illness that affects the nerves. Kudos to the working tirelessly to save precious lives.
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VETPAW Jun 1
VETPAW Summer Class of 2019 The next group of heroes will be off to to help protect the wildlife from poachers. A big thanks to Metris Global for the great training facility.
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Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Jul 31
“Female rangers are fewer than men, and it can look intimidating at first, but we can do it! I’ve been here for 7 years. We’ve had zero poaching in 6 years. Hard work pays, and women work very hard.” Wamuyu Njogu
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Outdoor Channel Oct 7
Conservation takes two important resources - people and money. Ivan Carter and his team of conservationists capture and translocate 100 elephants in Zimbabwe. Wildlife Heroes | 9:30 PM ET
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Bea 🇨🇦 Feb 28
The positive power of social media as 1000s of called out Now we have Still concerns about the foam injections
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BirdLife Australia Feb 10
Helping birds Tip #4: Helping fire-affected birds - stay safe, determine if the bird needs help, place the bird in a quiet, dark box, and contact wildlife rescue. See for more tips. 📷 T Begg
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Dorset WildlifeTrust Jan 31
DON'T MISS OUT! You only have until midnight to sign up for half price for your first year of DWT membership! Please spread the word to anyone who might be interested! And thank you to our amazing 28k strong community! You're amazing! ~ Cat
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VETPAW Aug 26
The veterans that make up team VETPAW are top notch heroes!
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CumbriaWildlifeTrust 29 Jan 19
THANK YOU! To our fab new members joining in our 1/2 price membership offer. You're If you're not a member, take advantage of the offer. Join us too! Just click our pinned tweet above :) & me (a.k.a Pied wagtail) source:
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AssocFishWildlife Jun 11
Wildlife Officers rescued a bobcat kitten that was stuck behind a pool pump. The mother was anxiously awaiting nearby while the feisty kitten was being removed. After the release, both the kitten and mother returned into the woods.
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Liam Crowley Jan 31
Great evening last night at awards. Really nice to see all the fantastic work people are doing for wildlife in the county.
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SeedSpook Jan 4
50 Agastache seedbombs. These aren't native so will be deployed in certain areas. However they are packed with nectar, bees, butterflies but most of all... hoverflies love them.
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Dorset WildlifeTrust Jan 26
You can help us make a huge difference to 's wildlife & wild places! We rely on our members to fund us. This January, new members can join us from just £1.75 a month for their first year! Please join our community and sign up today:
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