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Harassment , the Hedgehog and Magpie

Our local Magpies have taken a dislike to the resident Hedgehogs , harassing and following the hogs around the garden.

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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 […]


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


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…..


Thursday at the hide , 17 th November 2022 We have an unexpected visitor today at the paddling pool , and a new species for the Meadow Hide , a Sparrow Hawk. It appeared from nowhere and caused a mass evacuation of the usual pool gang. Here are a few more images from today…..


Kit Bag Update – BioLite Charge 80 PD  lithium-ion battery pack. So I have now been using the BioLite battery pack for a few months now and it has certainly lived up to the early promise of performance. I would say I’m very impressed. For once a product that does exactly what it says on the […]


For the tenth night in a row , someone in our neighbourhood had a firework party. Now I’m not anti fireworks but isn’t it time to restrict the sale and use of fireworks for domestic use and instead only allow public displays on certain days ?


Wildlife Wednesday 9th November 2022 Another wildlife Wednesday from the meadow hide on rather a damp day. I think honestly, it has rained every single day since my return from Canada and today has been no exception. On the bright side , there has been no need to fill the paddling pool , in fact […]

Seven steps to save nature by 2030

From the RSPB At the global biodiversity conference, COP15, we’ll have a chance to put together a framework for nature’s recovery worldwide. But we know it’s not always that simple. The UK Government had positioned itself as a global leader on nature over recent years but is now carrying out an Attack on Nature at home – undermining […]

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