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Floodplain Meadows @Floodplainmead Follow Good question I thought it was to be honest but we are just going through some web mapping updates… https://t.co/q5vrAlkl3o 2 days 18 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Floodplain Meadows @Floodplainmead Follow Assessing potential for floodplain meadow restoration in Ross on Wye. Soil fertility samples https://t.co/KCEE17o7yg 3 days 23 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Floodplain Meadows @Floodplainmead Follow RT : How do you think you could measure on your farm. What is realistic to measure? Have you thoughts or… https://t.co/rzPDteTNLf 5 days 22 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Floodplain Meadows @Floodplainmead Follow RT : An online catalogue of nature-based flood risk management projects in the UK was created in 2015 and is freely avai… https://t.co/ulgdY0NZcr 5 days 23 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Floodplain Meadows @Floodplainmead Follow RT : The first snakeshead fritillaries, a North Wiltshire speciality, pollinated by bumblebees. Hopefull… https://t.co/AsbdKd17kN 5 days 23 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Floodplain Meadows @Floodplainmead Follow RT : Oxfordshire's iconic snake's-head fritillaries are still a bit water-logged in Iffley Meadows, and have been slow t… https://t.co/FSD8se8ars 5 days 23 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Floodplain Meadows @Floodplainmead Follow Huge queen bumblebee taking advantage of fritillary flower. A popular food plant at this time of year. Good pollina… https://t.co/q2OOSvljGr 1 week 21 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Floodplain Meadows @Floodplainmead Follow How much is it worth to us to continue to maintain these fields of wildflowers? https://t.co/ylgiBOn9hI 1 week 21 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Floodplain Meadows @Floodplainmead Follow RT : No fritilaries in flower but 57 buds poised to bloom, lots if standing water https://t.co/5j9l5HNLPZ 1 week 21 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Floodplain Meadows @Floodplainmead Follow Fritillaries in bloom at Ducklington https://t.co/WFkPY5sdXj 1 week 22 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Floodplain Meadows @Floodplainmead Follow Ducklngton church windows honour fritillaries with these lovely stained glass windows. https://t.co/efVC3Jgd5H 1 week 22 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Floodplain Meadows @Floodplainmead Follow Ducklngton fritillary Sunday! It's not raining much. Plenty of fritillaries in flower. https://t.co/FQiHoXtxKV 1 week 22 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Floodplain Meadows @Floodplainmead Follow It's fritillary time! Little delayed by the beast from the east 1 week 22 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Floodplain Meadows @Floodplainmead Follow A thousand years of recorded history for the Oxford Meads. 1 week 2 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Floodplain Meadows @Floodplainmead Follow Hi that's very interesting are you at liberty to tell us more about the Welsh meadow where fritillaries are present? 1 week 2 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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