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Aug 22, 2019 @ 9:40am
Our #wildflower garden is still blooming with different flowers and still attracting butterflies πŸ¦‹ and bees 🐝
#savethebees #butterflies #wildflowergarden #working4wildlife https://t.co/7Fopjc7LWI
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Aug 8, 2019 @ 9:50am
Posted @withrepost β€’ @WoodlandTrust
The Committee on Climate Change has called for an increase in UK woodland cover to 17% by 2050. We can’t combat #ClimateChange without trees.
For help planting, go to https://t.co/JtSUDKLn7b 🌳⁠ (Photo of Coed Aber Artro by Mark Zytynski)⁠ https://t.co/ZkoK0nxttX
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Aug 7, 2019 @ 9:50am
What a beauty 😍

Posted @withrepost β€’ @wwf_uk

@SuyashKeshari tracked this young tigress for four full days before he captured this shot of her peeking out from behind some leaves. 🐯

#Tiger #WildTiger #Wildlife #WildlifePhotography #WWF https://t.co/pZhoGUERnW
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Aug 7, 2019 @ 8:55am
We are attending Into The Wild on behalf of WWF, 23rd - 26th
August - you could win tickets to the festival!

To win a family ticket (2 adults, up to 3 children) let us know on which beautiful Sussex site it is being held. Email your answer to info @in2wild.com by August 4th.

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Working for WildlifeAug 22, 2019 @ 12:25pm
Repost Break Free From Plastic

Virgin plastic pellets or 'nurdles' used to produce everyday plastics can be found all around the world in vast numbers. Some estimates show that they could account for HALF of ALL microplastics.

#breakfreefromplastic members UPSTREAM and The Great Nurdle Hunt are working to get stronger regulation and greater transparency from these global polluters.

https://www.facebook.com/358799977784803/posts/975686856096109?s=514850566&sfns=mo
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Working for WildlifeAug 22, 2019 @ 6:17am
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Greenpeace International
This is what the smoke from the fires in the Amazon looks like from space. Earlier this week, the smoke traveled across Brazil, reaching urban areas of the country. But this is something that people who live near the Amazon and depend on it for their survival have been going through for years. Companies and the government must stop putting short-term profits over the lives of people and the planet. Demand action now: http://greenpeace.org/restoreforests Video Credit: Copernicus ECMWF
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Working for WildlifeAug 20, 2019 @ 10:00am
Thanks to BBC One for this great post πŸ™Œ

Why you NEED to use a reusable water bottle...
If half the UK switched to reusable water bottles, we'd save enough plastic to stretch to the moon and back in just one year.

If you need more reasons to make the switch, watch the video in the link below...

https://www.facebook.com/2169351726630738/posts/2424808731085035?s=514850566&sfns=mo
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BBC One
If half the UK switched to reusable water bottles, we'd save enough plastic to stretch to the moon and back in just one year. bbc.co.uk/plasticswatch
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Working for WildlifeAug 19, 2019 @ 11:55am
Repost WWF UK

Where there are forests, there is wildlife, right? Wrong. We’ve looked below the forest canopy and found that forest wildlife populations have declined by over half since 1970.

Click below to find out more...
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Working for WildlifeAug 18, 2019 @ 1:50pm
Our amazing partner charity WWF have developed an app called 'Seek' which when in camera mode, can tell you the name of plants, animals or insect when you're out and about in nature!! πŸ™ŒπŸ’š

Find out more below...

http://ow.ly/GNQd50vxvhQ
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Working for WildlifeAug 17, 2019 @ 1:01pm
Posted @withrepost β€’ @bam.boo_planet

We are currently going through one of the biggest mass extinctions in history and it is all due to human activity. From global warming, deforestation, hunting, loss of habitat we are slowly reducing this planets biodiversity.

These animals have survived for thousands of years in harmony with their environment, yet a couple of hundred years of human activity and they are nearly wiped to extinction. We have to take action today!
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