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Countryside Officer. Habitat, habitat and habitat.

East Suffolk
Joined September 2019
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Clearing scrub from from sloping chalk grassland I know it well. Whether it be nobler in the mind to suffer the thorns and bramble of outrageous fortune or to take cutters against a sea of scrub, And by opposing them....create some bloody good habitat!
Replying to @_mattswildlife
It wasn't the most accessible site...
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A shower after a day if bramble, hawthorn and blackthorn clearance - the sweet stingy agony and satisfaction of a job well done. I look like I've been mauled by a tiger but at least we've stopped some scrub encroaching on the precious chalk downlands. You're welcome butterflies.
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Yesterday on my trip up to Lowestoft. Two roadkill Badgers at Blythburgh and another at Wrentham. A Red Kite at Wickham Market.
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What a load of Tripe! Auricularia mesenterica - Tripe Fungus 😃
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Good news story of the day! @Shitlawns
Putting plastic grass in your home will devalue it. I've heard this from several estate agents now. gardeningetc.com/news/artifi…
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So Rishi Sunak is “promising” 800 new ambulances & 5000 new hospital beds Umm…a slight oversight… WHO exactly is going to staff them?! We have a staffing crisis in the NHS!! What part of that don’t they understand?! Empty promises once again. They take us for fools
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Two for one, Buchwaldoboletus lignicola is a rare wood-inhabiting bolete associated with Phaeolus schweinitzii primarily as a mycoparasite but potentially also as a saprotroph. Image from my autumn 2021 album
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Staff from @EastSuffolk put in a full days volunteering, tree planting at Woods Meadow Country Park. I was really impressed how they kept at it all day and I am not easily impressed! Absolutely great effort by them all.
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Hey @Twitter, for some reason the @_BTO have been locked out of their account. They’re one of the UK biggest wildlife charities and their account is really important. Please can you reinstate right away? Pls RT. @TwitterSupport
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An albino among a roost of ~50 other Long-eared Owls this morning!
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A lichen focused jaunt up Blakeney Point today. It’s a fantastic place for lichens, and has quite a few rare/ localised species. This is Caloplaca suaedae, only found on dead stems of Shrubby Seablite. @glabra90
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while we struggle over repurposing our countryside for the future - find headspace and time to celebrate it
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Guy from Riverford. "Darwall’s arrogance, ignorance and selfishness represent the most blatant and extreme trashing of our social contract by the rich and powerful."
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Deep-sea mining is set to begin in 2023 and will cause irreversible destruction to our planet. Add your name to the urgent open letter against deep-sea mining, and help us prevent this tragedy before it begins. #DefendtheDeep only.one/act/mining
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It won't be long now...
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To put it another way. The problem here is not about a few dead birds that come to light due to carelessness, but the routine persecution that goes on week in, week out, unseen and unpunished. That is what is depriving us of this bird across most of the country.
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It’s worth remembering that Goshawks are still missing from much of Britain. They should be far more common. Goshawk is the weak link in claims that persecution by gamekeepers is now rare in lowland Britain. Most people still don’t get to see this bird in their local countryside.
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River dynamism is a great thing tho. Very natural. Looks like lots of good gravel being delivered to channel there :)
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