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As it was a glorious evening, I decided to go have a couple of hours wandering round Wheldrake Ings. I hoped I might get lucky and spot a barn owl. We’ll see how that worked out later. Advertisements
Moorlands is a local Yorkshire Wildlife Trust nature reserve that I have been visiting since I was a boy and it continues to be a place that delights me. It’s a small woodland with a important collection of rhododendrons that … Continue reading
It finally has begun to feel like Spring is here, possibly even a gallop into almost summer-like temperatures. That means a lot of action in the garden from the birds and the bees. And the bee-flies.
I was quite surprised to realise today is five years since my first post on this blog. It’s been an interesting journey.
How many non-native species do you think there are in the UK? Ten? Fifty? A few hundred? Keep going upwards…
There’s an unfortunate sense of the month petering out at the moment with the weather minimising chances for anything special to close it out.
With the rain continuing to fall I was wondering what I could write about today. Surely not another wildfowl photo?
Day 26 is really a second part to Day 25, coming from the first ever Local Nature Reserve, established in 1952. Aberlady Bay.
The bible says “Seek and ye shall find” (Matthew 7:7). But there’s another old adage that if you want to find something, simply stop looking. So which is true? Let’s find out…
With little time and no moments of good fortune to fall back on, it’s a quick one today.