Monthly Archive: July, 2012

More Fox Cubs!

With the cubs deciding to appear at about 9pm, just before it gets dark, I set 2 Bushnell HD cams up in the field. These are the new 2012 models and I am… Continue reading

Fox Cubs growing fast!

This year, I have had two sets of cubs; two from my original vixen, Fern and two from her daughter who is now 2 years old. They were born a couple of weeks… Continue reading

The Hub build continues…..

I spent much of Sunday working on the Hub, mainly the roof. The roof is pitched to ensure that the rain runs down toward the door end and then off into the guttering and down… Continue reading

The Hub set-up continues…

After all the foul weather we have had over the last few months, it was a real treat to have a warm day, with outbreaks of summer sunshine and NO RAIN!!!! There were… Continue reading

60 Minute Wildlife Makeover!

You may have seen my blog post a few weeks ago about how my Water Orton Wildlife (WOW!) Club won £100 worth of plants after entering a competition to design a Happy Habitat that was… Continue reading

My WildlifeKate Hub arrives!

For those who have been following me for a while, you will know all about my ‘WildlifeKate Hub’ and anyone who visited my stand at Gardeners’ World Live this year will have seen… Continue reading

Beattie and Belinda

Just a quick blog post to introduce the two latest members of my family… tow new hens to join my flock! We hatched and raised some chickens at school and these are two… Continue reading

Little Owl Loveliness…..

This morning, I joined two photographer friends, Pete and Ian,  at a little owl site that Pete has been following for a while. He contacted me earlier in the week to tell me… Continue reading

RHS Happy Habitats Prize!

Earlier in the year, my WOW! Club (Water Orton Wildlife Club) entered a competition run by the RHS. It was to design a ‘Happy Habitat’ for creatures, made out of recyclable materials. It… Continue reading

Some new sites for my Bushnells!

I am always on the look out for new places to place my Bushnells, especially places that are on local, private land where they will be safe. I am lucky enough to know… Continue reading