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MOVING ?

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 “

The floor and roof components, ready to go.
The wall sections , minus cladding.

MONDAY MUG SHOTS – BLACKBIRD

Here’s the full story  The Blackbird    Turdus merula The Blackbird , Turdus merula is a member of the thrush family and can be found throughout Britain and mainland Europe. Easily recognisably , the male with it’s glossy black plumage , bright yellow eye and yellow-orange bill is a firm garden favourite and can also […]

MEADOW CAM

Here are a couple of short clips from our Meadow camera traps , thanks to Mr Graham Stewart. I have been out of action for a few days now , but hopefully on the mend and looking forward to seeing our new visitors in the flesh. You might also like…. ©️ Wildonline.blog 2021

WILDLIFE WEDNESDAY

Wildlife Wednesday   28-7-2021 By Peter Hanscomb Hello and welcome to another Wildlife Wednesday from the Meadow Hide. Once again I’m flying solo in the hide. It’s really good to be back in the hide today , work commitments kept me away last week and I really missed my mid week escape to the meadow. And today […]

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