Monthly Archive: June, 2012

Badger Bank in June

I have been so busy over the last few months, I have not got out and about further afield with my Bushnells, but I have been determined to get up to Badger Bank… Continue reading

A toad makes an appearance

Whilst clearing a lot of overgrown foliage over the weekend, I suddenly saw a movement.  This guy hopped out! I haven’t seen a toad for ages. I had my little Panasonic camera, which… Continue reading

Corner Planter to Bird Feeding station

Whilst at Gardeners’ World Live, I had adapted a Forest Garden corner planter to make a bird feeding station suitable for a small patio-type garden.  I was so pleased with the final effect,… Continue reading

A Very special letter…..

 As most people know, education and inspiring a new generation of naturalists is really what I am all about. Being a qualified teacher, I love working with young people and introducing them to the wonders of the… Continue reading

I meet my Twitter friends!

The great thing about the Internet is that it has enabled me to engage with a share my passion for the natural world with thousands of like-minded individuals. I have ‘met’ many people… Continue reading

Back to earth!!!

I am finally getting back to ‘normal’ here in the WildlifeKate patch after the last few weeks of Gardeners’ World Live preparation and Show. There is still considerable show ‘debris’ around the house,… Continue reading