My Gunnera finally has its cosy duvet on to protect it over the winter… all ready for the expected drop in temp overnight. I am also thrilled to report that we have a Blue tit rooster cosy and tucked up in our nestbox that has a camera in it too 😀 The series of photos… Read More All cosy now…
What does your bookshelf say about you? At a guess it’s a snapshot of your interests with a few randoms in there too. Narrow that down to subjects… and it probably tells a lot more about you. I’ve avoided saying too much about myself on my blog but, with Christmas Wish Lists in mind too,… Read More The Bookshelf – Wildlife
I see now that you were not alone when I filmed you back in Spring! Whilst making a start on a video inventory of suitable video footage to include in my blog (two boxes of mini tapes awaits!!) I’ve discovered something I didn’t realise I had captured until yesterday. I’m guessing many visitors here will… Read More Good Evening, Mr Reed Bunting
It has been great fun! I’d like to say a massive heartfelt thanks to everyone who has taken the time to read my postings, comment on them, added my links and sent emails. When I started this blog back on 19th November 2006, I had absolutely no idea that I would enjoy the social aspect… Read More Time to say goodbye
Quickly summarising… most photos on my blog have been taken with a Canon EOS 400D using a 17-85mm wide-angle lens (Canon Ultrasonic with image stabilizer) or a 55-200mm zoom lens (Tamron). Occasionally, some photos will be from a Canon PowerShot A520. Other photos come via cameras in nest boxes or as frame grabs from video… Read More Which cameras?
Please excuse a little artistic licence with this contribution for November’s Garden Bloggers Bloom Day. Usually I am fashionably late but this time my photos are actually ahead of schedule! Unfortunately I ran out of time last week to post them but as the same plants are still in flower I thought I’d share them… Read More November garden blooms
What fun it was yesterday to have so many responses to my request for help in identifying a mystery dusk caller in my garden… I’d like to thank everyone from the comments on my posting, the replies on my Birdforum thread and all the emails I received especially from people new to my blog. It… Read More It was a Tawny!
Dare you stand out in your garden as darkness falls and listen… what would you hear? Could something out there be calling you… or could it be warning you off! How can you tell the difference?Can you identify the sounds of the night? Hands up I can’t and I could do with your help. Perhaps… Read More The sounds of the night
… the pets and wildlife on the 5th of November. The loud banging and fizzing of fireworks can be quite distressing to many. We have a tiny guest blogger to chat to you on this today…Ahem… ahem… Hello and thanks for stopping by. On behalf of garden wildlife I’d like to say we are not… Read More Remember, remember
Perhaps Garden, Birding and Wildlife Bloggers could help pass these poster images around? Perhaps someone will recognise Madeleine McCann now age 6. http://www.findmadeleine.com/