Author: wildfeed

Chalk And Cheese

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An extract from North Ronaldsay, Orkney Blog – 16th October 2019.  “A fantastic day with birds everywhere, massive flocks of…

Deer Rut

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It’s that time of year when our deer are really putting on a show!.. Rutting season is in full flow…

Wildlife in autumn

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This year autumn officially began on 23 September 2019 (MET office data). Laura, PTES’s Conservation Officer, is now preparing to…

Scrapetastic

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It was a good vis morning this morning, or should I say it was on the coast where Ian was…

The Butterfly Effect

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The Butterfly Effect. In Gloucestershire, we’ve borrowed a term associated with Chaos Theory, a curious idea that postulates that a butterfly flapping…

After the rain

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Once the rain stopped at 10am birding and ringing could begin. Heysham NRA Yellow-browed Warbler still frequented the NE corner…

More Thrush

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The forecast for Tuesday morning was about as good as it gets just lately – a gentle breeze from the…

Advocacy

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Advocacy news – Bat Conservation Trust The National Bat Helpline can answer your questions and concerns about bats and give…

Wellies Still A Must

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The water has been sticking around since the last blog. It’s definitely wellie weather right now here at Leighton Moss,…