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  1. Sounds like they could have COVID 19....🤔
  2. The ecological impact is yet to come. Yes there are the benefits to the climate from reduction in air travel and fuel usage generally, yes during the first 7 weeks a lot of wildlife had benefited from decreased human disturbance. However now everyone is allowed out people will be roaming all over. Those self indulgent types who’ve flown everywhere for their holidays will now be exploring the British countryside. It will be overrun with littering twats who see it as their playground, all 60million of them, wildfires aplenty are on the horizon and that’ll be just for starters 😬🤢🤯🤦‍♂️
  3. You remember right - the illiterate peeve pants - made the whole thing even more hilarious 😂
  4. More winching and skidding out windblow spruce
  5. New Holland T3040 + Tajfun winch, pulling out windblow
  6. Well it’ll be interesting to see how much that goes on with these new regulations..?
  7. What is the cut off point for ash once they are affected by the deadline? Is there a time limit?
  8. Not just my observations, here also “Adders do get attacked by other species: herons, corvids and large gulls will have a go at them, but surprisingly their biggest enemy is the pheasant, which seems to go out of its way to attack an adder if it sees one.“ Amazing adders - Minsmere - Minsmere - The RSPB Community COMMUNITY.RSPB.ORG.UK Share your passion for birds, wildlife & all things nature with the RSPB Community...
  9. They see snakes as threats (an ecological inherent trait, as snakes are a real threat to them in their native Asia) so don’t necessarily just affect their populations through eating them, they often just attack them and peck them to drive them away. I’ve seen many adders with peck holes and eyes missing.
  10. Yes grass snake - here via this link
  11. Yes Buzzards also a significant factor...but then again their increased numbers can be linked to pheasant shoots Rise in population of crows and avian predators linked to pheasant shoots | Environment | The Guardian WWW.THEGUARDIAN.COM Call for ecological impact assessment of huge numbers of non-native gamebirds...


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