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The Youth Nature Network

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RT @Nettiesth: @LGSpace They do benefit from mowing once a year – but at the right time, once seed has set. Otherwise coarser plants will t…

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RT @CalumUrquhart1: Species of the week- 4 blog is here! https://t.co/SmkUt1l764nThis time, it’s from a well know group: the micro moths

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RT @carlyziter: Today, my students learned the joys of fieldwork in the rain. They were all such troopers! Proud, soggy TA https://t.co/s6b

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RT @MeganShersby: ‘Life goes on’naka I haven’t written a blog post in ages, but I am still here I promise! I’ve just been super busy!nhttps…

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RT @I_Cavadino: Presented with a Pale Tussock caterpillar when I got home from work. IT’S SO CUTE & FLUFFY!! ❤ #moths https://t.co/96bSqNo8

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RT @naturalistdara: Hey everyone, my latest blog on #StateofNature Northern Ireland and launch of #environmentweek It was an experience!nht…

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RT @naturalistdara: All my fellow youth tweeters lets push the #environment up!!!

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RT @RSPBNews: Fantastic news! @BBCSpringwatch is coming to @RSPBArne in Dorset. Join them on Oct 24 @BBCTwo at 8pm #Autumnwatch https://t.c

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RT @AnnaKennedy1: Storytellers: Boy with #autism excels in photography – https://t.co/leuZ6U9j1M #GoogleAlerts

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RT @sampittmiller: 3 Diamond-back Moths last night! Think they came to sugar rather than the light. @MigrantMothUK https://t.co/j5OHe7sbj2