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THE EARLY BIRD

For once I listened to my wife , “ get up early , the gardens really busy with wildlife first thing “ So it’s five o’clock in the morning and here goes…….

the early bird does indeed get the worm

and the squirrels had it’s nuts


WILDLIFE WEDNESDAY

Wildlife Wednesday 14-4-2021 I now feel like I’m fully back into the swing of Wildlife Wednesday, again at our new base The Hide at the Meadow. Today I had the pleasure of my wife Anne joining me at the hide , complete with twin flasks of hot chocolate, a real treat. It was a busy […]

Meet the Model – Pedro Pheasant

PHEASANT Phasianus colchicus Length              70-90 cm Wingspan        80-85 cm Weight              1.4 kg Population       3.5 million birds Easily recognizable, the pheasant is a common sight in the countryside and can be found all over the great Britain. This […]

THE ROBIN – updated

The Robin , Erithacus rubecula. The Robin , a familiar sight in British gardens and parks is a small rounded bird with a distinctive red plumage on it’s breast. A firm favourite in our garden and a regular visitor to the wildflower meadow hide this little bird sometimes called the Robin Redbreast  is embedded deep […]

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