I go ORANGE with Ordnance Survey!

I been sitting on some pretty exciting news for a few months now. I am delighted to ‘don the orange’ (makes a change from green!) as one of the new 2020 Ordnance Survey… Continue reading

Start the day with Nature, not News

Well, it’s been a rather surreal few weeks, since I wrote my last blog. Ironically, I have been busier than I have ever been… but that is because what I do and love… Continue reading

Our Tawny aborts her incubation

This is the fourth year that the tawnies were to nest in our box at YewView. The custom built box, with three cameras, has been adapted and improved over the years and ,… Continue reading

Runner-up in Mammal Photographer of the Year!

This week, I was delighted to hear that my image of a rolling Mountain Hare had achieved the runner-up position in the Mammal Society’s Mammal Photographer of the Year competition. The email had… Continue reading

A Wonderful Jewellery Making Course with Emma Mitchell…..

I have been following Emma Mitchell on Twitter for a while. Her wonderful representations of the natural world were the pull for me … I have a fascination with all natural forms. Her… Continue reading

Fantastic Tayra Views from Ecuador

Logging onto the Birdsy camera I set up at Septimo Paraiso, in Ecuador, I could see the hummingbird feeder hd been knocked over. Looking through the clips, I soon saw the culrit… a… Continue reading

Yew View Floods and Tawnies

I have not been to Yew View for a few weeks, with my trip to Aigas and then issues with flooding on the surrounding roads last week. I headed to site today and… Continue reading

‘Birdsy’ Cam Night Mammal Excitement

I am absolutely loving working with the Birdsy team, as they further develop this exciting technology, ready for launch. For those followers who have not seen my previous tweets or blog about Birdsy,… Continue reading

A New Feeding Platform in my Patch!

After building several feeding platforms at different locations, I thought it was about time I built one for myself and my cameras! I had constructed this platform a few months ago, out of… Continue reading

A Visit to Aigas Field Centre: Part 3 – Pine Marten and Scottish Wildcats

Aigas has a series of wonderful wildlife viewing hides that provide different opportunities for species and wildlife watching. The Campbell Hide is the one I spent a few evenings in, as it was… Continue reading