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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 22h
Amazing transformation! I can almost hear it.
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Ben Goldsmith May 22
So good to see social media flooded each day by people up and down the country pointing out the madness of wasting scarce council resources decimating nature on our verges and parks. This must end.
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Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust May 22
A second white stork nest at Knepp has successfully hatched chicks! Here is a glimpse of the three chicks in the second nest, which are believed to be among the first wild white storks to have hatched in the UK for hundreds of years. 🐣🌳⁠ ⁠ 📷 Penny Green
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Isabella Tree May 20
Great to have the enthusiastic Alex Thompson from down again to film our white stork chicks and, thank you, again, for your ringing endorsement
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Isabella Tree May 18
Thrilled that our meat is top pick in the Indy's best meat boxes - we launched in lockdown and can deliver to your door
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Lost Sophist May 17
Fabulous news! Here's to many more white stork chicks on these islands !!
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Hants & IOW Wildlife May 15
Beavers are back, but their future is not secure. The Wildlife Trusts are calling for a Beaver Strategy for England. 📷David Parkyn
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Isabella Tree May 15
So excited to have the first chicks hatched by free-flying white storks in Britain for possibly 600 years Thank you for your fabulous endorsement
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Isabella Tree May 14
A beautiful, inspiring book by - a must for everyone who parents or grandparents or godparents or knows a would-be wild child
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A Writer's Desk May 11
Today at 5.00 p.m/UK we are thrilled to welcome of , to @writersdesksto to talk about life under , why she is interested in glass beads from and THAT .
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Isabella Tree May 14
This is a hugely enjoyable series - highly recommend it - and Simon Winchester obviously a top guy on top of being a fabulous writer. Though his comments about and towards the end of the chat may be far off the mark! a gauntlet thrown down, methinks...
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Isabella Tree May 13
Delighted to be sharing my lecture at the RGS and looking forward to the Q&A...
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Isabella Tree May 12
Absolutely- stork nests great habitat for sparrows. We’ve seen three species of sparrow in one nest in Eastern Europe. Love your antiphony!
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Isabella Tree May 12
I’ve just signed this Petition: The UK should ban the importation of Shark Fins. So sad to know that we’ve even been doing this.
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Isabella Tree May 12
Tree sparrows might actually benefit from white stork reintroduction - here, nesting in a stork nest in Bulgaria
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Knepp Safaris May 11
Check out this awesome giant ichneumon wasp, Rhyssa persuasoria, drilling in to wood to lay an egg on larvae. Filmed at Knepp by Dave Green.
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Extinction Rebellion UK 🌍 May 11
Recommended for you: Every week we'll suggest a few resources you might enjoy. We begin with four books that celebrate nature. Please retweet and add your own suggestions
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Isabella Tree May 10
Replying to @WaterVole @_paulwhite_
One of our free flying Knepp birds currently nesting has paired up with a wild bird. The hope is that part of the cohort hefted to Knepp will begin migrating as they connect with wild birds.
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Isabella Tree May 10
Replying to @WaterVole @_paulwhite_
That’s right - it actually came back to us a year and a half later. We also have a bird, reared at Knepp, which has flown to Africa and is now - or was, a few weeks ago, poised to cross back over the Channel to England.
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Isabella Tree May 8
Wonderful footage by our own Ryan Greaves of a turtle dove turr-turring at Knepp this morning
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