Tag Archives: Wildlife photography

First Cuckoo

‘Cuck-oo – cuck-oo’. From up in the trees above the badger sett I could hear the first cuckoo of the year calling. It was difficult to work out whereabouts and in which tree this male cuckoo (only the male makes … Continue reading

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If you go down to the woods today – April

If you go down to the woods today expect April showers and flowers. The brown carpet of winter has been completely replaced by vivid green, speckled with primroses and wood anemones. The first blossom of Spring has arrived quickly followed … Continue reading

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Badger watching in comfort

Last night a few of us were very kindly invited to attend a badger watching session. Badgers often visit this garden, along with foxes and deers. During the evening four different badgers and two foxes appeared. Mostly the badgers ignored … Continue reading

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Barn owl hunting

Just after sunset we left the house to go badger watching. On social media many people are reporting they are seeing their badgers now appearing in daylight. The moment we stepped in to the field we were distracted by a … Continue reading

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Starlings

The loud, constant chattering means the Starlings have arrived. Over the past few weeks they have been gathering in a neighbour trees, but this particular evening the chattering and twittering was louder, together with the whoosh of wings and sudden … Continue reading

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Snow sculptures and footprints

Along the footpath between two open fields, the wind had swept the snow up against the brambles causing natural sculptures like waves breaking on the shore. Rabbits determined not to let the snow disturb their daily life, climbed, slid down … Continue reading

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Visit to London

I spent Thursday and Friday last week up in London.┬áIn my free time I got a chance to check out the wildlife in St James’s park. One thing I noticed is how accustomed the birds are to humans passing within … Continue reading

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