Jeni Bell’s Wild Britain – Watching for Wildlife

The continued adventures Of Jeni , Bill and Millie……..

Finding and watching wildlife doesn’t have to be restricted to camo-clad experts or on extravagant, expensive, far-flung safaris. It’s not only for twitchers or photographers with all the latest gear, lugging tripods to custom built hides.

No No No.

This is not the case at all.

There is wildlife around us everywhere, and it’s super simple to spot. Whether it’s a dunnock skulking around in the hedgerow, the white rump of a roe deer picking through a farmer’s field, or the starlings congregating on your TV aerial. It’s there and once you’ve opened your eyes to it, you’ll find it hard to not see it.

Now, I don’t have many skills in life, but I do like to think I have a knack for spotting wildlife. I’m not talking about spending hours camped out in one spot, battling the elements (although this is a BIG part of wildlife watching, and if you do that in the right spot then you are going to greatly increase your chances of sightings), I’m just talking about being more aware. Tuning into the wildlife that is present on a day to day basis.

I’d like to share my very simple tips for becoming wildlife aware, and spotting some of the creatures that you may not realise cross your path daily.

To read more head to; https://www.seekingwildsights.co.uk/home/2019/1/16/watching-for-wildlife

 

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