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 .
Wildlife News Half the trees in two new English woodlands planted by jays, study finds……….. More than half the trees in two new woodlands in lowland England have been planted not by landowners, charities or machines but by jays. Former fields rapidly turned into native forest with no plastic tree-guards, watering or expensive management, according to […]
Weekend Wildlife from the Meadow Hide It’s the weekend and time for another day at the meadow hide , once again with my wife Anne in the co-pilots seat. Wednesday was just a little too hot , so for once it’s a rare day off that hasn’t beenn spent at the hide . The meadow […]
Meet the Model – Bobby the Blue Tit , Cyanstes caeruleus Words and pictures by Peter Hanscomb The Blue Tit is an easy to recognise garden favourite. With it’s small size and distinctive blue and yellow plumage , the Blue tit is a regular garden visitor that’s wide spread throughout the British Isles and mainland […]