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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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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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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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Working for Wildlife
Working for WildlifeJun 27, 2022 @ 6:00pm
GIVEAWAY - Ticket Competition - Great Yorkshire Show - We have 4 one day passes worth over £100's to giveaway to one winner for the upcoming Great Yorkshire show.
To enter:
- Like our page
- Like this post
- Tag a friend who you would bring along
You can enter multiple times but please tag your friends in separate comments. The Giveaway will end at 11.59 GMT Sunday the 3rd of July. One winner will be chosen by random and tagged in this post.
The giveaway is only open to UK residents.
GOOD LUCK!

#greatyorkshireshow
Working for Wildlife
Working for WildlifeJun 27, 2022 @ 2:30pm
Brilliant news for our feline friends 😻

The recorded population of Iberian lynx has reached new highs, with a total of 1,365 individuals now registered.

Although the species is still classed as ‘endangered’ on the ICUN red list, this data represents an increase of almost 23% compared to the 2020 census – congratulations WWF España! 🎉
Working for Wildlife
Working for WildlifeJun 27, 2022 @ 9:18am
The new EU Nature restoration law in action
Working for Wildlife
Working for WildlifeJun 27, 2022 @ 8:00am
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June 11th 2021, World leaders landed in Cornwall UK, to attend the G7 summit. And Greenpeace was there to greet them in a way they won’t forget.In a breath-t...
Working for Wildlife
Working for WildlifeJun 27, 2022 @ 6:30am
This week is rabbit awareness week, one of the Uk's most loved pets needs our help. Get a free pack here!
https://rabbitawarenessactiongroup.co.uk/downloads/owner-pack/