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THE HIDE AT THE MEADOW

Meadow date 15/01/2020

Here are a few images of the hide , very nearly finished . One window to go….

Here’s a quick update with the progress on our new photography hide at the wildflower meadow. Like the rest of the U.K. we’re in lockdown , so progress has been slow. The hide itself is nearly finished and ready to be dismantled and then transported to the meadow . Graham has started the hide foundations , so the end is in sight, but we are still going to be delayed by current situation.

I guess being ethical doesn’t just apply to our approach to photography, but also to the way we want to manage and use the land at the meadow . This includes the building of the hide.

THE JACKDAW

Say hello to the Jackdaw , Corvus monedula The Jackdaw is Britain’s smallest black crow ( a family of birds collectively known as corvids), which also includes ravens, crows, rooks, jays and magpies. With a distinctive silvery sheen to the back of its head. The pale eyes are also noticeable. The jackdaw call is a familiar […]

THE JAY

Meet the Model – Jasmine the Jay The Jay or Garrulus glandarius is undoubtedly the most colourful member of the crow family of birds Family name Corvidae. The genus term, Garrulus, means noisy and chattering; the secondary term, glandarious, means “of acorns”, pertaining to the Jay’s habit of favouring acorns as part of its diet […]

Bullfinch

BULLFINCH Pyrrhula pyrrhula Length            16 cm Wingspan        28cm Weight              35 g Population       400,000 One of the larger finches’s the bullfinch has a rounder more compact body , with a black face and head , bright pink underparts and […]

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