Monthly Archive: January, 2012

New Bushnell set-up at Badger Bank

I have been working on other projects with my Bushnells recently, but this weekend, I wanted to return to Badger Bank… a site I discovered at the end of the summer. There is… Continue reading

A very special visitor!

I was out this morning, filling up all my feeders ready for my Big Cam Birdwatch, when I heard a very distinctive high pitched whistling call in a conifer tree in my garden. I knew straight… Continue reading

House Mouse and Wood Mouse

During the week, I was working on my computer in the evening and watching my live streams which run from another computer. A mouse appeared in Clay Cavern and straight away I noticed… Continue reading

My Big Garden Bird Watch Challenges

Today, as part of Big Garden Birdwatch, I set myself the challenge to photograph all the species of bird that visited my garden. I must admit, I did not think it would be… Continue reading

Sneak preview of some of my new nest boxes

I have been working on a range of new nest boxes for this spring to bring really great pictures of birds raising their families. I will be writing in more details about these boxes… Continue reading

My Peckish Prize!

Last week I was delighted to receive my prize from Peckish Bird Foods. I had won their competition to name the two bird characters on their TV advert. My prize was a Panasonic… Continue reading

WildlifeKate Big Garden Cam Birdwatch!

Next weekend is the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch, where they everyone is asked to make a note of the bird species they see in their garden, or local park, for just one hour.… Continue reading

I set up a Feeding Station & Nest Box Camera System for an Infants School

I undertake all sorts of consultancy work, but I must admit, the kind of work I did today is one of my favourites! As a qualified teacher, the great advantage for schools to get… Continue reading

Gardener’s World Live News

Anyone who follows my blog would have known that today I was meeting with Katy Gaunt and Lucinda Costello, who are the Horticultural Exhibitor Managers for the RHS. They came up from London… Continue reading

More Blackcap!

The male blackcap has been about all day today, feeding on the log feeders, the sieves and the sunflower hearts. I was interested to know  a bit more about why they are appearing… Continue reading