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MONDAY AT THE MEADOW

Monday at the Meadow ~ Be Prepared  As my good friend Bob always say’s, be prepared . You will never know when that one in a million shot will happen , so have you’re camera ready. Well the opportunity happened this morning and yes , I missed it.  I had just arrived at the Hide […]

THE TIMID FOX

Who’s afraid of the big bad fox , certainly not this little hedgehog……

NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK

New Kids on the Block We have new residents in our garden. Today we have released three young rescued Hedgehogs on behalf of Oak and Furrows rescue charity. It’s a welcome boast to the already healthy local hedgehog community. Here is a short video showing two of the new arrivals enjoying a free meal…..

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  1. I love watching the kingfishers along the River Lea and at RSPB Rye Meads, both of which are a short distance from my home in Epping. I prefer watching them along the river which is their natural environment. In March 2015 I watched a pair around their natural nest site in the river bank. At Rye Meads it is almost too easy as they nest in an artificial kingfisher bank and unfortunately the hide can get a bit crowded.

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