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Category Archives: Birds
Last year I had a couple of days in London, where I ended up walking around 20 miles taking in Barnes, Twickenham, Regent’s Park and St James’ Park. Plus lots of random ground in-between.
Back in May, with the second annual Yorkshire Puffin Festival looming large, I needed to get a picture for a quiz. the aim was to have a ‘count the birds’ image that revelled in in the thousands of seabirds that … Continue reading
I’m going to use the next few blog posts to share a few pictures from various trips last year, none of which I got round to putting up. Very self-indulgent, but then it’s my blog after all!
Another regular work journey for me is out to Hull, and because I try to keep my carbon footprint down I’ll often take the train from York. In addition to being environmentally responsible, it offers me the opportunity to try … Continue reading
Flamborough on the Yorkshire coast is one of my most frequent work visits, as it is one of the busiest parts of my professional ‘patch’. This isn’t something I complain about, as it’s a beautiful part of the world, that … Continue reading
We’ve always had sparrowhawks around, and they nest nearby, but this winter one male seems to have become a more regular visitor – in fact he may have contributed to the recent low numbers on the Big Garden Birdwatch!
After a January plagued with never-ending coughs, colds, and assorted physical issues brought on by attempts to defy the aging process, I decided to start February off with a trip out to Filey.
Since moving to this house in 2013, and from the first Big Garden Birdwatch done here in 2014, I’ve often predicted doom and gloom. This year I never got round to the doom and gloom prediction, but it would never … Continue reading
Beavers are steadily returning back to the UK, and that’s absolutely fantastic. The more the merrier. But over the weekend I visited a site that provides evidence of their historic presence in Yorkshire.
As I had an event to attend at Burnby Hall, I had a quick wander round the gardens to see what wild moments may be round the corner.