The meadow hide is now finished . One question I’m often asked is how are you going to move a 2.5 metre square wooden building the fifteen miles to site . Especially as the hide will have to be carried on to the site down a narrow foot path .
The answer is that the hide has been built in sections, so once the cladding is removed the largest piece is only 2000mm x 900mm and all the packs weigh less that 25kg. In total there are over 30 packs of timber so it’s not going to be easy. Bring on the hide “jigsaw “
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 […]
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 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 […]