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Isabella Tree
Author of 'Wilding - the return of nature to a British farm' (Picador, May 2018)
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Isabella Tree 12h
Yes, please, more access to nature - but not more rights to roam. Wildlife cannot recover with yet more human disturbance. We need nature planned into every new development, and green corridors to link urban areas with nature - without the need for cars.
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Hazel Reeves 15h
At 5.01am, 31 May, this came out from the thickets and perched on a close low hanging Oak tree branch, silhouetted against the dawn skies, & sang for me. To quote “the nightingale has to top it for sheer exuberance and hope”
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Isabella Tree Nov 29
From this wonderful series of soundscapes of lockdown spring at Knepp, the nightingale has to top it for sheer exuberance and hope. Roll on next spring! Thank you
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Isabella Tree Nov 29
A glorious reminder of the dawn chorus at Knepp to keep us going through the winter - thank you !
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Knepp Safaris Nov 27
The Knepp Wildland Podcast has had a lovely review by Huge thanks to those who've supported us & appeared on it so far! & Ryan G!
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AncientForestAllianc Nov 25
These irreplaceable, centuries-old cedars in the Caycuse valley (Ditidaht territory) - & the unique ecosystems they are an integral part of - were mowed down by Teal Jones Group, the largest privately owned logging company in BC.
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Isabella Tree Nov 25
Robert Becker's wonderful essay on the US poet WS Merwin's restoration of land in Hawaii is now online - the latest contribution to my Second Nature issue of Granta
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Ben Goldsmith Nov 23
Wildlife crossings over busy roads are just basic decency.
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Ben Goldsmith Nov 23
"The impact of busy roads on wildlife, not just in terms of roadkill, but in the far more insidious effects of physical and genetic isolation, is almost completely overlooked in Britain” Isabella Tree. All our busy roads should have wildlife crossings.
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Isabella Tree Nov 24
Delighted to see an extract of Cal Flyn's stunning piece 'The Wolf at the Door' from my special nature edition of Granta out today in the Guardian's long read.
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Isabella Tree Nov 23
Feels like a ground shift indeed, and hugely thanks to you
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Fridays For Future Nov 17
Listen to the shaman's message. Help the Yanomami hold up the sky. Sign the petition:
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Isabella Tree Nov 18
An important step on the road towards legal protection for the world’s habitats and resources. Amazing collaboration.
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Isabella Tree Nov 18
Wonderful to have the PM promoting rewilding today as part of our new green future, and for DEFRA to have adopted Knepp as one of its inspirations. Who would have imagined this, even 3 years ago!
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Isabella Tree Nov 17
Hugely important new study from and his team at Sussex. Worth sharing with local vets and all dog and cat owners.
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Isabella Tree Nov 15
Replying to @donnarainey4
So glad! Thank you!!
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Isabella Tree Nov 14
Replying to @suesustainable
I’m so delighted. Thank you.
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Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust Nov 11
🐦🍂 Storks on Autumnwatch 🍂🐦 Did you see the white storks at featured on last week? Check out the full episode here👇
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Isabella Tree Nov 11
So excited for the publication of this special issue on nature I’ve guest-edited for - amazing writers, scientists and indigenous testimonies from around the world. Do join us to hear their inspiring and galvanising words on Nov 19.
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Picador Books Nov 11
We're proud to see the new issue of guest edited by our wonderful author and featuring the work of , , , , , , and many more writers, poets and artists.
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