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Dr Hazel Jackson
Head of Conservation Outcomes & Evidence . Research Affiliate . Eco-evolutionary geneticist, expert on ringneck parakeets. Views my own.
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Dr Hazel Jackson 2h
I feel like we had similar ideas around our twitter handles 😁
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Dr Hazel Jackson 2h
Fab! Thanks you 😁
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Dr Hazel Jackson 3h
Replying to @katemacrae
Brilliant will do :-)
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Dr Hazel Jackson 4h
Can someone recommend a great garden wildlife camera please. So many to chose from!
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Dr Hazel Jackson 5h
PHWOAR! what an absolute stunner! 😍🌳
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Dr Hazel Jackson 11h
Replying to @NikiRust
Hi Nikki. Ooooh great, can you send me a copy of the full article? 😁
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Woodland Trust🌳 22h
By building dams create new wetland habitats that benefit a host of other species, ranging from fish to fungi. Dams can also reduce flood risk, increase water storage, and improve water quality
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Mark Holdsworth Jun 2
If there is anyone out there who has the skills and knowledge to help one of Australia’s most threatened parrots, this job opportunity may be for you. It won’t be easy but potentially very rewarding.
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Alison Atkin Jun 1
I wonder if might get a mention on this week? It would be amazing to see their platform raise awareness in Britain of how racism plays a huge role in people not having the same access to nature.
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Woodland Trust🌳 22h
Spending time in green space or bringing nature into your everyday life can benefit both your mental and physical wellbeing. 💚Why not take a moment to listen to the sounds of the each morning? Sound on to listen 🎶
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Chris Packham 18h
This is fabulous !
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Kye Davies Jun 1
From young, I fostered a deep and abiding love for the natural world. Exploring landscapes; appreciating the beauty of all life through my parents. Now, I research how our land with keystone species can help wildlife to thrive
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Iolo Williams Jun 2
Thank you for your callousness . What’s the matter with you?
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Dr Hazel Jackson Jun 2
Fantastic. Thank you for recording it! What a treasure 😍
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Alex Prendergast Jun 2
day 1 - recording this huge ancient pollard oak in the village for ancient tree inventory. It’s 10.05m circumference!
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Dr Charlie Gardner Jun 2
Global deforestation data for 2019, don't look if you want a good day
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Christine Reid Jun 1
Unbelievable; not taking account of the true value of nature
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Darren Moorcroft Jun 1
Great news and the value and power of people supporting the nature that supports us.
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Dr Hazel Jackson Jun 1
“The numbers in this research are shocking. However, there is still hope. If we stop the land-grabbing and devastating deforestation, we can start to bend the curve in biodiversity loss and climate change. But we need global ambition to do that.”
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nick phillips 🌳🌲 Jun 1
Old forest loss continues around the world 😢
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