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WILD FLOWER MEADOW

It’s not long now until we officially become lease holders and start our new adventures at the Wild flower meadow. With only seven days to go , it’s full steam ahead. Myself and Graham have installed a few remote camera traps on site to gain a better understanding of what type of animal are visiting or passing through the meadow. Plans for the photography hide are in an advanced stage and I have started to construct the hide in my workshop. The hide will be assembled in sections and then transported to site , where we will finish off the building with timber cladding .

THE HEDGEHOG

Copyright Fergals Images Say hello to Hetty the Hedgehog ( Erinaceus europaeus ) The Hedgehog is one of Britain’s favorite small mammals,once common in our towns and villages but now very much under threat from development and habitat loss. Small , round and covered in spines the nocturnal Hedgehog is an unmistakable animal seen in […]

WILDLIFE WEDNESDAY

Wildlife Wednesday , 26th January 2022 “Wilderness is source of Happiness..”  Kedar Dhepe Wildlife Wednesday, a welcome return for me and the first WW of 2022. Once again I’m at the wildflower meadow hide and its a glorious warm winters day , very little wind and perfect weather for a spot of wildlife photography. After last […]

CLOSE ENCOUNTERS

Close Encounters of a Four Legged Kind Do you ever get that feeling that you are being watched ? A kind of sixth sense that somewhere in the shadows of the night , hungry eyes are following you every move. We have a nightly routine , just before retiring to bed we fill a water […]

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