Two negatives make a positive. Given the WIDESPREAD UNEMPLOYMENT and given the WIDESPREAD EMPLOYMENT required for essential ecological restoration, I am supporting the call for a National Nature Service, to deal with both crises, to create meaningful jobs and restore the nature of our degraded land, air and water. The global ecosystem restoration called for by the UN is essential to sink carbon, absorb floods and avert extinction of untold species including our own. As the UK recovers from the pandemic the government has to pay us unemployment benefit anyway! Why not pay us to rewild, restore and reverse the loss of our biodiversity. It’s a no brainer!
Word is spreading about A National Nature Service, but we want a groundswell of enthusiasm to convince government. If you like the idea, I implore you to visit the website www.nationalnatureservice.org and sign the Declaration: to form a National Nature Service, inclusive of all and benefiting all, old and young, urban and rural, black and white, the diversity of our society gathered together in paid employment, training and vital work building skills, knowledge and experience so that nature can recover, and the UK can make the transition to a healthier greener economy with hope for the future.
Not a lot of space fir such large animals .. pretty big roadkill
Is the modern UK able to provide the habitat they need though? The landscape has changed a lot in 6000 years. The Forest of Dean has enough complaints about the wild boar and they’re a lot smaller.
Proteins in their natural enviroment.
How do they know they are bison? They look like buffalo. How do I tell the difference?
The way the uk is building in every open space they can get there hands on I can’t really see there being much space for them beautiful animals .
How does intothewild have so many trolls commenting, I thought it was a place where people with a like minded interest in nature came together and brainstorm, not comment such ridiculous things
I hope there is enough territory for them at the release site. The animals in this picture look thin. They need a LOT of fodder. I’m sure it will have all been well thought out though, it’s not the sort of thing you do on a whim is it!
Won't they have to be shot because we don't have bears and wolves anymore?
We are nature depleted. I don't think one male and three females are enough myself, but hey aren't they cute!
Hmm what to eat 🤔would not surprise me
John Paul Walker whats the difference between a buffalo and a bison?
Wild ?? Hmmm what wild areas is there left in the UK apart from peat lands south and Scotland
You thought a herd of cows could be dangerous..
Wow , luv this !
Holly Ewart we better head back to the kent downs!!
Will make good eating.....😂
The statement may be slightly misleading it should say European bison as American bison have been kept in West Knoyle for some time. There was also a Scottish herd that were put down due to a disease outbreak.