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Charlie Burrell
Knepp Estate in Sussex involved in a pioneering wildland project.
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The Zoo Scientist Jul 10
Thanks to a reintroduction scheme, with the involvement of Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, white storks may breed in Britain again! Read more:
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Charlie Burrell Jul 3
So thrilled the turtles sang for you we feel exactly the same way
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Jan Stannard Jul 1
Camped in the midst of nature in profusion at . In tears hearing, then seeing, my first Turtle Dove after 61 years on planet. and Charlie Burrell have done something remarkable in this amazing place. Thank you for your vision and hard work
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Charlie Burrell Jun 22
I've never seen this behaviour before - head submersed eating Freshwater algae!
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Charlie Burrell Jun 18
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Charlie Burrell Jun 16
When Nature Runs Wild, the Results Can Be Spectacular via
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Charlie Burrell Jun 8
Replying to @fionacreynolds
We loved talking through your idea for the future - it’s all becoming much clearer - way forward
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Tibor Hartel May 15
Common hawthorn - Crataegus monogyna in oak wood-pasture.
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Charlie Burrell May 15
This is brilliant Richard I’ve only ever had it happen once before
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Richard Beason May 8
As if recording my first wasn't exciting enough, a decided to join in around 3am. Two UK conservation red list species singing together, must be doing something right!
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James Goodman May 11
Thanks to and for deep inspiration at beautiful, wilding Knepp. No nightingales heard today but red deer, grass snakes, white storks and these two beauties.
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Tibor Hartel May 14
Nine out of 10 species of woodpeckers from Romania occurs in the Breite ancient oak wood-pasture. The three-toed woodpecker is not present, as expected.
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Charlie Burrell May 7
The first young wisent this year was born today in our nature reserve; male Polanin has become a father for the first time | European WILDLIFE via
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