Meet the Model - Bobby the Blue Tit , Cyanstes caeruleus Words and pictures by Peter Hanscomb The Blue Tit is an easy to recognise garden favourite. With it's small size and distinctive blue and yellow plumage , the Blue tit is a regular garden visitor that's wide spread throughout the British Isles and mainland [...]
Housebuilder launches industry-first hedgehog campaign to protect creatures under threat. A national housebuilder has joined forces with the British Hedgehog Preservation Society and launched a trailblazing campaign to protect hedgehogs and other endangered creatures at locations across the country. In an industry-first initiative, Bovis Homes, part of the newly-formed Vistry Group, will install hedgehog highways [...]
Fox Cam is back after nearly a year out of action. And the new camera is definitely the new centre of attention.........
What camera should I use and what style should I adopt? On my workshops or at camera club talks I often hear people telling me how their equipment is holding them back and asking my opinion re what to buy instead. Often delegates tell me that they really need to upgrade their camera [...]
Fox Cam is back after nearly a year out of action. No sign of Peanuts or Limpy , however we do seem to have a few new visitors to the garden, including One Eye and stringy tail. The new camera is obviously visible to our visiting foxes, something new on their nightly adventures !
Brighton’s Starling Murmurations by Alex White Brighton is one of the more commonly known places to go to watch Starling murmurations. Of course, the murmurations vary each day and it is luck as to whether you catch a large murmuration or not. It can depend on the weather, in particular the wind. The background also [...]
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