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Charlie Burrell
Knepp Estate in Sussex involved in a pioneering wildland project.
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Biodiversity EA Nov 6
staff including our deputy director Kevin Austin have been out with many others on the Knepp Castle Estate learning and sharing information as part of the advisory committee for England.
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Prof Alastair Driver Nov 6
Great conference today. Excellent updates from et al on beaver strategy, policy, evidence-gathering and proposals. Particularly useful map here showing latest intelligence on enclosures etc.
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Charlie Burrell Oct 30
Issy being interviewed by Alex from Channel 4 news - it’s on tonight just before the end of news
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Charlie Burrell Oct 29
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Charlie Burrell Oct 18
Looking at a breeding program at for 3000 year old sheep dogs to protect livestock from wolves - wonderful work
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Charlie Burrell Oct 16
700 year old black pine on Smolikas - 1000s in wood pasture
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Charlie Burrell Oct 12
Our three cuckoos - Knepp, Raymond and Lambert have made it over the Sahara - two into rain forest in the Congo
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Charlie Burrell Oct 10
Picnic with ancient trees Cobor Tibi Hartel, Jill and Ted - Rose mania rules -in trees @ Cobor, Harghita, Romania
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Charlie Burrell Oct 10
In Cobor, Romania with Christoph and Barbara Promberger and the amazing Transylvanian Gray Cattle - amazing organic farm with guest houses... a must stay @ Cobor, Harghita, Romania
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Charlie Burrell Oct 2
Last year UK sent back 65m euros to Europe because we hadn’t any projects to spend it on - we had one but the road was owned by county not HA
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Green Adventures Sep 29
Does your country have , or have you seen them on your travels? Bridges like this one from The Netherlands can save countless animals' lives, and are one small way of reducing habitat fragmentation caused by road building. More of these please!
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Charlie Burrell Sep 26
Lots of understory in the woodland - I wonder what’s happening to the deer numbers
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Charlie Burrell Sep 26
Not the same weather in Denmark as Sussex!!!! @ Silkeborg, Denmark
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Charlie Burrell Sep 24
Issy giving a talk at on her book wilding
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Charlie Burrell Sep 24
Not sure why mum is upside down- standing in her closed canopy wood
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Charlie Burrell Sep 24
My mum latest work on show at Shave Farm during Somerset art weeks
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Charlie Burrell Sep 20
Stimulating time with the BTO at Emmanuel Collage hosted by the wonderful Fiona Reynolds - the future will be brighter form the knowledge we learn from the BTO @ Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
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