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Dr Hazel Jackson
Science Director . Research Associate . Evolutionary conservation geneticist, with a particular love of parrots. Views are my own.
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Rachel White 4h
Two new trainee posts being advertised through : a Land Management Trainee and an Education & Engagement Trainee
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Replying to @mitchellsnik
Oh stunning! 😍😍😍😍😍
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Dr Hazel Jackson Jun 22
Wonderful news for my local woodland patch ❀️
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Joseph Altobelli Jun 22
This shot really puts the wingspan of an albatross into perspective!
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Dr Hazel Jackson Jun 21
Did you get a dog!!!!!! πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—
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Bird Perception Study (Imperial College London) Jun 21
NINE days until our survey closes!! 😦 🐦☘️🐀🌿🐧🌳 Have YOU taken it and let us know what YOU think of different birds?
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World Parrot Trust - UK Jun 21
Check out our cases! A wide variety of patterns available. Suitable for and handsets. See the collection here:
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Dr Hazel Jackson Jun 21
Replying to @takapodigs
But worth every minute I’m sure. The world would be a sad place with kakapos. Your work is so amazing and you will save this wonderful species from extinction
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Jim Martin Jun 20
This will make you jump for joy.
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Dr Hazel Jackson Jun 20
Gorgeous painted lady on mums verbena today. 😍😍
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Dr Hazel Jackson Jun 20
😍😍😍
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FaB Peregrines Jun 19
PARAKEET!!!! GIMME! GIMME! GIMME! GIMME!
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FaB Peregrines Jun 19
The chicks are not yet sick of Parakeets, here's their reaction as Tom brought one in first thing this morning. Clip:
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Kent Wildlife Trust Jun 19
As this incredible clip shows, bluebells produce a great early source of nectar for bees. We need to keep this resource for them and protect our threatened bluebell woodlands
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Dr Hazel Jackson Jun 19
Replying to @Laconic_doc
Is this in your garden? What is it? πŸ€“
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Dr Hazel Jackson Jun 19
Replying to @Laconic_doc
Stunning! 😍
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Dr Hazel Jackson Jun 19
Absolutely cracking lunch time stomp around my local woodland. So much wildlife to see...if you take the time to look
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Niviram Jun 18
Bird Therapy: On The Healing Effects Of Watching Birds |
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Dr Hazel Jackson Jun 17
SO BEAUTIFUL. How im going to get any work done today is beyond me!
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Dr Hazel Jackson Jun 17
The barn swallows have arrived. Five spotted so far outside my window. What a treat! 😍😍😍
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