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Amazing Cryptogams. They do not only add a feature to our woodlands, but they also play a vital ecological role. "Algae, mosses, and lichens take up approximately 14 billion tons of carbon dioxide and fix approximately 50 million tons of nitrogen per year." ~ Max Planck pic.twitter.com/lrK5ZWeyJY
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Breeding Hawfinches need extensively wooded landscapes. Unless we maintain our ancient woodlands and increase their extent, they will only be remembered in place names. In this case, ones that directly contribute to habitat loss.
Hi @AvantHomes why do you need to do this to a hedgerow? Why have you named the development Hawfinch Place? Naming after a rare bird whilst removing habitat is not right. @ChrisGPackham @Alexander_Lees @NottsCC @RSPBbirders @Nottswildlife @CA_TBoner pic.twitter.com/QbzSREEIk9
Phallus indusiatus, commonly known as the Crinoline Stinkhorn, the Veiled Lady or the Basket Stinkhorn. Widespread distribution in tropical regions; found in thick, rich woodlands & gardens. The fungus has a long, thick stalk and a conical or bell-shaped cap. pic.twitter.com/OiEkLoR3VY
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Interesting report - not least because it demonstrates the difference between @DefraGovUK ’s support & regulation for farming compared to woodlands
Revealed: DEFRA have finally released their unpublished Agroforestry Review, after I FOI’d them for it. And it’s thanks to Stephen Briggs (@Steve95226621) & ⁦@ClareyOx⁩ that DEFRA carried out the review at all... gov.uk/government/pub…
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