Monthly Archive: December, 2012

What a truly AMAZING 2012!

To say that 2012 was an amazing year for me feels a bit of an understatement! So much has happened. Appearing on BBC Springwatch, Gardeners’ World and Midlands today, as well as having… Continue reading

The WildlifeKate Hub in winter

Any of you who have followed me for a while, will be know about my hub. For those who are new, this amazing building was built for me by Phil Clarke, after I appealed… Continue reading

New Bird Bar Set-up

To open the curtains this morning to yet another day of pouring rain, grey skies and gusty winds was rather depressing to say the least. Like all of us at the moment, I… Continue reading

New Bushnell HD NatureView Trail Cam

It is always good to see a company respond to the market and the new Bushnell NatureView Trail Cam shows how Bushnell are now responding to the need for a trail cam that… Continue reading

Rain, mud, wheelbarrows and tyre chippings…..

I spent today at my new school, MDJS  (Michael Drayton Junior School) working on the new WildLearning Space. As I mentioned briefly in my last blog post from this school, this WildLearning Space… Continue reading

An emotional farewell to Water Orton after 22 years!

It was always going to be a difficult day… saying goodbye to a school where I have spent just about half my life! Twenty-two years is a long time to work in one… Continue reading

Day 3 in Durham… Wow! What a school……

My final day in Durham dawned very grey, with freezing fog and a light dusting of snow on the ground. I only had one school to visit before embarking on my journey home.… Continue reading

More Bushnell fun in County Durham!

I have had a great day in County Durham today, visiting two primary schools, with some great enthusiastic kids. This morning Kirsty and I visited Delves Lane Primary in Consett. We started in… Continue reading

Bushnell Trail Cams in Schools in Durham!

Over the next few months, I will be working with Durham Wildlife Trust on a very exciting project taking Bushnell trail cams into schools. I will be writing a lot more about the… Continue reading

Rat Youngsters

I have a couple of rats who have started visiting my feeders and I have not been concerned at all, until they gnawed their way into clay cavern! I rebuilt clay cavern and reinforced the… Continue reading