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PENNY TREE 🌲
An awesome little find today while exploring Heartsholme Country Park. Someone had hammered lots of pennies into this climbable tree, creating a lovely sensory opportunity!
#peopleandwildlife #trees #treeclimbing #nature #toddlersofinstagram #wildchild #MyWildLife

Hartsholme Country Park

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Catching-up with The Giant.
When being close to an elephant, makes you realise how big and magnificent they are.

The Elephant Camp, Victoria Falls

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Full Moon in Carribean

Roseau, Dominica

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#Regram #RG @lionrecovery: Lions can benefit people! The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand among the world’s public to see species such as lions. Many African countries are currently overly dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature-based tourism can diversify and grow economies. However, the potential of the tourism industry will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas on which they depend. Perspective from LRF Director, @petelindseyafrica
Photo by @neilmidlane

#tourism #phototourism #ruraldevelopment #economicgrowth #economicdiversification #sustainabledevelopment #lions #bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourism


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Day 21 of #30dayswild
Committee away day with Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust - visiting some lovely sites in the middle of the county

@nottinghamshirewildlife

#volunteering #naturereserves #awayday #trustee #peopleandwildlife #wildlifetrusts #nottinghamshirewildlifetrust #nottinghamshire #lovenotts


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The whole month since everything started, can't believe it 😱
A ja cały czas głową jeszcze jestem w Namibii 🇳🇦 z tymi wspaniałymi ludźmi ❤
Miss you so much 💙💙😢 PS Obiecuję, że już skończę ten spam 😅
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@makeachange.pl
📷@mellamaronmanana
#namibia#namibianfriends#friends#bestpeople#loveyouguys#missyou#namibië #africa#africatfoundation#people#amazingpeople#education#conservationthrougheducation#peopleandwildlife#landscape#tbt#tmb#takemeback#namibialover#namibiaforever

Africat Foundation, Okonjima Bush Camp

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Black Redstart. Listen to this first: https://www.xeno-canto.org/410988.
One of the most interesting things about the birds in Bulgaria was the number of bird species actively nesting in or on buildings. A pair of redstarts had a nest next to the front door of our hotel.
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#birdsofbulgaria #viapontica #travelforbirds #peopleandwildlife

Yagodina

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Regrann from @leonardodicaprio - #Regram #RG @lionrecovery: Lions can benefit people! The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand among the world’s public to see species such as lions. Many African countries are currently overly dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature-based tourism can diversify and grow economies. However, the potential of the tourism industry will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas on which they depend. Perspective from LRF Director, @petelindseyafrica
Photo by @neilmidlane

#tourism #phototourism #ruraldevelopment #economicgrowth #economicdiversification #sustainabledevelopment #lions #bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourism #biancaonyx


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"#Regram #RG @lionrecovery: Lions can benefit people! The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand among the world’s public to see species such as lions. Many African countries are currently overly dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature-based tourism can diversify and grow economies. However, the potential of the tourism industry will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas on which they depend. Perspective from LRF Director, @petelindseyafrica
Photo by @neilmidlane

#tourism #phototourism #ruraldevelopment #economicgrowth #economicdiversification #sustainabledevelopment #lions #bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourism"


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Panthera paradus, a dignified object, does not eat from hunting others walks like a king, although he is not the king of the jungle. He is very angry. If anger reaches him, he kills himself#tourisme #phototourisme # ruraldéveloppement # économieéconomique # diversificationéconomique # développement durable #lions #bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourisme#raoujzaka#leonardodicaprio


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The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand. Many Africa countries are currently over dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature based tourism candiversify and grow the economies. However, the potential of the tourism will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas for which they depend.
Perspective from LRF Director,
@petelindseyafrica

#tourism #phototourism #ruraldevelopment #economicgrowth #economicdiversification #sustainabledevelopment #lions #bigcataofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourism
#africanrenaissancegroup


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Having just launched The Tristan Voorspuy Conservation Trust in London it’s amazing and rewarding to see the website being posted by @leonardodicaprio already! #repost #conservation #peopleandwildlife #africanconservation #eco #sustainability #land #people #animals www.thetristanvoorspuyconservationtrust.com


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Amazing to stumble across a post by @leonardodicaprio quoting The Tristan Voorspuy Conservation Trust website, and indirectly quoting one of Dad’s frequently used facts #repost #conservation #tvct #peopleandwildlife #africanconservation #eco #sustainability #land #people #animals #thetristanvoorspuyconservationtrust


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#Regram #RG @lionrecovery: Lions can benefit people! The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand among the world’s public to see species such as lions. Many African countries are currently overly dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature-based tourism can diversify and grow economies. However, the potential of the tourism industry will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas on which they depend. Perspective from LRF Director, @petelindseyafrica
Photo by @neilmidlane

#tourism #phototourism #ruraldevelopment #economicgrowth #economicdiversification #sustainabledevelopment #lions #bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourism


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#Regram #RG @leonardodicaprio @lionrecovery: Lions can benefit people! The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand among the world’s public to see species such as lions. Many African countries are currently overly dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature-based tourism can diversify and grow economies. However, the potential of the tourism industry will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas on which they depend. Perspective from LRF Director, @petelindseyafrica
Photo by @neilmidlane

#tourism #phototourism #ruraldevelopment #economicgrowth #economicdiversification #sustainabledevelopment #lions #bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourism


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#Repost @leonardodicaprio with @get_repost
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#Regram #RG @lionrecovery: Lions can benefit people! The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand among the world’s public to see species such as lions. Many African countries are currently overly dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature-based tourism can diversify and grow economies. However, the potential of the tourism industry will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas on which they depend. Perspective from LRF Director, @petelindseyafrica
Photo by @neilmidlane

#tourism #phototourism #ruraldevelopment #economicgrowth #economicdiversification #sustainabledevelopment #lions #bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourism


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Regrann from @leonardodicaprio - #Regram #RG @lionrecovery: Lions can benefit people! The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand among the world’s public to see species such as lions. Many African countries are currently overly dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature-based tourism can diversify and grow economies. However, the potential of the tourism industry will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas on which they depend. Perspective from LRF Director, @petelindseyafrica
Photo by @neilmidlane

#tourism #phototourism #ruraldevelopment #economicgrowth #economicdiversification #sustainabledevelopment #lions #bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourism - #regrann


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#Regram #RG @lionrecovery: Lions can benefit people! The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand among the world’s public to see species such as lions. Many African countries are currently overly dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature-based tourism can diversify and grow economies. However, the potential of the tourism industry will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas on which they depend. Perspective from LRF Director, @petelindseyafrica
Photo by @neilmidlane

#tourism #phototourism #ruraldevelopment #economicgrowth #economicdiversification #sustainabledevelopment #lions #bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourism


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Repost @leonardodicaprio @protectlions #palbracelet ・・・
#Regram #RG @lionrecovery: Lions can benefit people! The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand among the world’s public to see species such as lions. Many African countries are currently overly dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature-based tourism can diversify and grow economies. However, the potential of the tourism industry will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas on which they depend. Perspective from LRF Director, @petelindseyafrica
Photo by @neilmidlane

#tourism #phototourism #ruraldevelopment #economicgrowth #economicdiversification #sustainabledevelopment #lions #bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourism


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@lionrecovery: Lions can benefit people! The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand among the world’s public to see species such as lions. Many African countries are currently overly dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature-based tourism can diversify and grow economies. However, the potential of the tourism industry will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas on which they depend. Perspective from LRF Director, @petelindseyafrica
Photo by @neilmidlane
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#tourism #phototourism #ruraldevelopment #economicgrowth #economicdiversification #sustainabledevelopment #lions #bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourism #worldanimalwarriors


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#Regram #RG @lionrecovery: Lions can benefit people! The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand among the world’s public to see species such as lions. Many African countries are currently overly dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature-based tourism can diversify and grow economies. However, the potential of the tourism industry will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas on which they depend. Perspective from LRF Director, @petelindseyafrica
Photo by @neilmidlane
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#TurquoiseInt #tourism #africa #phototourism #ruraldevelopment #economicgrowth #turquoisemtl #socialmedia #socialmediamarketing #economicdiversification #sustainabledevelopment #lions #bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourism


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regram @leonardodicaprio
#Regram #RG @lionrecovery: Lions can benefit people! The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand among the world’s public to see species such as lions. Many African countries are currently overly dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature-based tourism can diversify and grow economies. However, the potential of the tourism industry will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas on which they depend. Perspective from LRF Director, @petelindseyafrica
Photo by @neilmidlane

#tourism #phototourism #ruraldevelopment #economicgrowth #economicdiversification #sustainabledevelopment #lions #bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourism


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