Spotted feeding on a Sedum a week ago, my cameras captured images and my books confirmed an ID to be the Comma Butterfly. I always love to see a new visitor to my garden. The interesting story on this species is that back in the 20th Century it was in serious decline and in recent… Read More New garden visitor: Comma Butterfly
“• Over 70% of the badger population in large areas of the country will be killed, many of them healthy. • The method of free-shooting badgers could cause severe to many thousands of badgers. • Independent scientific studies have shown that culling would be of little help in reducing bovine TB, and even suggest that… Read More e-petition to stop badger cull
You were the first Osprey chick to be fitted with a satellite tracking device from the Osprey nest at SWT Loch of the Lowes in Perthshire, Scotland. Your stats tell us you left Lowes and began your Autumn migration at 10am on Saturday 9th September 2012. Oh Blue… so many people are wishing a safe… Read More bye bye Blue44… we’ll still be watching you
A garden newbie arriving July 2012 that I like 🙂 This post was published by Shirley for shirls gardenwatch in September 2012.