The hide at the meadow , nearly finished.
The hide at the wildflower meadow is nearly finished . Outside we just need to stain the last few additions to the cladding and inside we’re half way through the insulation and cladding. After four days hard work ( all the materials and tools had to be carried on to site down a muddy path ) today is definitely a well earned rest day.
We are already planning phase two , the replanting of the northern boarder of the site , which should be another mammoth task , 100 odd trees and shrubs again all having to be man handled onto the site.
Meet the Model , Reggie the Red-legged Partridge Alectoris rufa The Red-legged Partridge is a non native plump, round bird, is a fairly common sight on farmland, where it feeds on seeds, leaves and small invertebrates. Also known as the ‘French partridge’, it was introduced to the UK from western Europe during the 1700s as […]
My Keepers by Bob Brind-Surch, professional photographer and naturalist . http://www.naturesphotos.co.uk I have been asked many times how I go about sorting my photos. This is not a new question and as some of you will know prompted me to put together one of my camera club talks, “My Digital Workflow”. In this talk I […]
Looks like the local Hedgehogs have learned to share dinner time ….