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Create connections: Cut a hole in your fence to let Hedgehogs through. Be part of a pollinator highway & planting hedgerows are all ways to help wildlife move about. Speak to your neighbours & see if they can join you in creating more space for nature too https://t.co/Wxul407vYc pic.twitter.com/eYuIbgUO8k— Sussex Wildlife Trust 🍄 (@SussexWildlife) December 10, 2019
A selection of the 38 leaky dams installed by volunteers over two days last week. #thankyou #volunteers #volunteering #naturalfloodmanagement #climateresilience #leakydams @SussexWildlife pic.twitter.com/1Jh3Oa6MHk— Sussex Flow Initiative 💚 (@SussexFlow) December 10, 2019
My latest @GdnCountryDiary - a cold, damp sunset at @SussexWildlife Waltham Brooks, West Sussex with pintail, geese & marsh harrier settling down to roost: https://t.co/0zU0jQVa4w @_BTO @Natures_Voice @RSPB_SouthEast @RSPBEngland— Rob Yarham (@wildaboutsussex) December 10, 2019