GREYLAG GOOSE Anser anser Length 80cm Wingspan 140-160cm Weight 3-4 kg Population 150,000 […]
here are a few images from the meadow hide
Hogs in a box The Hedgehog Words and images by Peter Hanscomb The European hedgehog , Erinaceus europaeus is not only one of Britain’s favourite small mammals , it’s also […]
Weekend Wildlife , the Wren The Wren has to be one of my favourite feathered visitor here at the Meadow Hide. While it may be one of Britains smallest bird […]
It’s Friday, time for a bonus day at the meadow hide. The meadow is definitely on a growth mission . The trees are now all sporting their new outfit of […]
Time for this weeks photo of the week , the humble but fascinating Robin , singing away. Here’s a little bit more information about the Robin……….. The Robin , […]
Here are three short clips from our garden . can you spot the hedgehog imposter ?
Wildlife Wednesday , The Great Spotted Woodpecker Woody , the Great Spotted Woodpecker is one of our regular visitors at the Meadow hide. He is a real favourite here at […]
Wildlife Monday , 18th April 2022 It’s a Public holiday here in the U.K. , Easter Monday and a chance to visit the meadow hide with Anne . Spring is […]
One of Exeter’s busiest roads is set to become a “wildlife highway”. Topsham Road will become more wildlife-friendly through an initiative between Devon Wildlife Trust and Exeter City Council, the […]
Rinse and Repeat by Bob Brind-Surch, professional photographer and naturalist . http://www.naturesphotos.co.uk I was one of those youngsters who read every label on every bottle and packet. One day I […]
MOOR HEN Gallinula chloropus Length 35cm Wingspan 55cm Weight 200-400g Population 300,000 Moorhens are […]
Blue tit , take2 So photo of the week is once again a Blue Tit. This photo was featured on Flickr’s ” explore ” feature and has attracted a lot […]
Here is a short clip from last nights gathering at the feeding station. Can you spot the third Hedgehog ?
ok , it’s not things that go bump in the night. Its hogs…….
Tuesday at the hide , 12th April 2022 After a few days off watching a couple of Magpies build a nest , it’s back to the hide on a rather […]