Category Archives: Wildlife/Nature
I know that “one swallow doesn’t make a summer”, but I did see my first of the year yesterday. I checked my notes from last year and it is a day later than in 2016, but still pretty consistent. (The … Continue reading
As I was walking the dogs this afternoon, I was spending quite a bit of time looking up. Specifically I was looking in the canopies of Ash and Oak trees to see which was further ahead in leaf. The Oaks … Continue reading
The sunshines on me today. Temperatures between 16 & 18°C, blue sky and barely a cloud in sight. Sunglasses 😎 for the first time this year. We went for a nice walk this afternoon. It’s my birthday, so no work … Continue reading
Today’s “Last Word On Nothing” blog raises some interesting questions [LINK]. It’s nice to suppose that we now have the scientific ability to do something like recreate an extinct species, but should we? I know there has been hype before … Continue reading
This last week I’ve been noticing a lot of small fluffy feathers all over the playing field. It’s been a pretty wet and blustery week on the whole and the usual black-headed gulls have been there in large numbers, along … Continue reading
The Robins have their beaks full of nesting material The dawn chorus is at it’s best at the moment Blackbirds are fighting over territory (literally) The Wood Pigeons are doing their “thing” Our garden nest boxes are getting regular inspections.