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Comments and views on nature conservation. Co-founder of @wildJustice_org Hair now whiter than in photos above.

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Sunday book review - Cruel Intentions by @WildlifeBlog markavery.info/2023/02/05/su… 'Alan Stewart writes very well...but his greater strength is that he knows about wildlife, wildlife law & the details of investigating crimes against wildlife, from first hand.'
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Great R4 profile of @ChrisGPackham. As I’m exactly his age I can’t help measure myself against him. Chris is taking 3 months off broadcasting to do his art. After 40 years of doing art, I’m hoping to spend the next 3 months presenting @BBCSpringwatch after my exhibition closes
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Sunday book review - Collins Bird Guide by Svensson, Mullarney and Zetterstrom markavery.info/2023/02/05/su… 'This is a superb book'
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Poor photo of poor advice. Landowner sought advice on developing natural woodland. Result: lots of plastic wrapped, outsourced #trees, most now dead. But look at top hedge, freed from flail abuse & grazing, it's creating an expanding woodland. Advise natural processes not plastic
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Bonner always provides a reliable guide of what not to think about events.
Interesting development and an opportunity for the BBC to rebalance its wildlife programming. BBC does lots of good countryside content, but autumnwatch won’t be missed
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Firecrests in Longwood by the River Dart. Nearly all seen in pairs or small groups and often found feeding at or near ground level. The thick cover of Holly bushes and Ivy is ideal for them.
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Just like to leave this here for #WaderWednesday 🙂
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neonicotinoids banned in the EU for its harmful effects on bees has been approved by the UK!!!! Another benefit of #Brexit ? Didn’t they just announce how they were going to improve our health in the countryside
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Marsh Harrier trying to have some duck (widgeon) for lunch today at Poole Harbour. After 20 minutes of trying they parted company and the duck was left swimming away injured. @harbourbirds @DorsetBirdClub @BirdGuides #BirdsOfTwitter #birdphotography
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Fascinating to see young Birch trees frequently growing out of Gorse bushes on a common that otherwise has had no regeneration of trees for at least 100 years. More Gorse, more trees?
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A female Marsh Harrier close in along the Tollesbury seawall on Monday.
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Compiling data from collected pellets and prey remains from the Western Sahel is exciting. Here a hunting male montagu's harrier in the central part of #Senegal.
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White-tailed Eagle G463 recently returned to the Isle of Wight after over two years away, in which he travelled 17,000km through seven countries. Remarkably he has survived for more than a year with one foot. More here by @timmackrill: roydennis.org/category/sea-e… @SeaEagleEngland
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Pheasants with more freedom on Dartmoor than wild campers? 🤔 We’re looking into it… 👀
Are pheasants a problem for wildlife? This question has been brought to the fore by the wild camping issue linked to the pheasant shoot owning Darwalls on Dartmoor. So here’s an intro to the topic … may include elements of outrage … read on
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Causes of the impending death of one of our most “protected” rivers laid bare in this sobering article ⬇️ Intensive 🐓production is killing the Wye River Wye: Why the impending ‘death’ of one of the UK’s longest and best loved rivers should worry us all inews.co.uk/news/environment…
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