Critter cuteness from the British Wildlife Centre. Continue reading →
Time to bite the bullet again (at least that would be calorie-free). The fridge has been detoxed and is full of butternut squash soup and other duly worthy stuff. Here we go, Orville and I… (Orville above is in fact … Continue reading →
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I have to say, the garden wildlife is taking the whatsits round here. The local critters really need to remember whose garden this is. Earlier in the year I simply gave up on the troughs of cut-and-come-again salad after the … Continue reading →
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Some unbearably cute ones, too!
Bald Eagle. An impressive collection of images on this blog, and often quite inspiring. Usually I assume (and I apologise fulsomely in advance to all concerned!) that landscape photographers are hale and hearty souls who live on brown rice or … Continue reading →
The Worcestershire Wildlife Trust’s Eades Meadow is looking pretty glorious at the moment. (Quite what made me think that was a good place for a hyper-allergic hay fever sufferer to spend a hour or two, though, especially after going round … Continue reading →
A delightful meander on Friday at Chastleton House, a largely original Jacobean house and gardens in deepest Oxfordshire, provided the compulsory seasonal snowdrop hunt. This was highly successful, and there were other delights; miniature iris glowing blue in the borders, … Continue reading →
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