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Jan 10, 2020 @ 2:30pm
REPOST @wwf_uk

Everyday heroes that are giving us hope in times like these. This is wildlife rescuer, Simon Adamczyk carrying a koala out of a burning forest on Kangaroo Island, Australia, to safety.

#AustraliaBushfires #Koala #Australia #Emergency #ClimateEmergency #WWF https://t.co/CKy7rBP2a1
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Oct 17, 2019 @ 12:45pm
Something very big and colourful has landed in the WFW garden. Might it be to do with the new pond we've had installed? 😂🐸

We're proud to have been able to help 'The League of Friends Musgrove Park Hospital' one of Taunton's oldest local charities.

#toad #tauntontoadtrail https://t.co/GgHzI0UYDV
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Oct 6, 2019 @ 10:05am
Repost • @plantlife.loveplants

Most people know a Blackberry, a Raspberry or a Strawberry when they see one – but did you know Britain is home to many other types of berry too?
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#berries #berry #wildlifewednesday #foraging #wildfood #hedgerowharvest https://t.co/NkWgWVVSTQ
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Sep 28, 2019 @ 11:25am
The conker tree has just been put on the extinction list...😮🌳👎

https://t.co/BpRcx7Bnml

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Working for WildlifeFeb 20, 2020 @ 8:53am
Greenpeace is being taken to court for stopping one of BP's rigs drilling for new oil.
Whatever the consequences, we'll never stop taking action to avert climate breakdown.
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Greenpeace UK
Greenpeace is being taken to court for stopping one of BP's rigs drilling for new oil. Whatever the consequences, we'll never stop taking action to avert climate breakdown.
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Working for WildlifeFeb 18, 2020 @ 7:20pm
REPOST • @wwf_uk

New figures from South Africa confirm that rhino poaching in this country has decreased for the fifth year running!
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Since 2014, rhino poaching numbers have fallen by almost half. Figures are still high with over 10 poached every week, but this is a welcome steady decline.
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#EndWildlifeCrime #FightForYourWorld #IllegalWildlifeTrade #Rhinos #Poaching #SouthAfrica #Wildlife #Safari #WWF
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Working for WildlifeFeb 18, 2020 @ 12:20pm
Good news for urban areas 🙌

More than 22,000 large trees and 28,000 small ones will be planted across the 13 projects in the first round of the Urban Tree Challenge Fund.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-51415270
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Working for WildlifeFeb 17, 2020 @ 1:11pm
Have you voted for your favourite #TreeOfTheYear yet?

The Allerton Oak is the UK's entry, but there are lots of other entries to have a look at in the The Woodland Trust link below.
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The Woodland Trust
The United Kingdom's entry to European Tree of the Year 2020 is Liverpool's Allerton Oak. 1,000(-ish) years old, gnarled, structurally damaged and propped since 1907 but still standing firm, defiant, imposing and jaw-droppingly magnificent - this landmark veteran deserves to be on this year's podium! We urge you to cast your vote to offer Liverpool's treasure the recognition it deserves. Vote for the Allerton Oak now: http://www.woodlandtru.st/IlWM6. Learn more about the Allerton Oak and its history: http://www.woodlandtru.st/gdapq Supported by players of People's Postcode Lottery
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Working for WildlifeFeb 16, 2020 @ 12:57pm
Some good news for the tigers in India! 🐯👏
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BBC News
Up to one fifth of the Amazon rainforest is now emitting more CO2 than it absorbs, according to new research. Unpublished data, seen by Newsnight, appears to show that the south-eastern portion of the rainforest - which is heavily deforested and makes up around 20% of the total area - has now become a net source of carbon. https://bbc.in/39vux10