Stonechat in November

Dungeness and Conningbrook Late October and early November is a great time for spotting the smaller birds; the leaves are almost off the trees making things more visible and most of our feathered friends are now returning to their favourite Winter residences. Stonechat A trip down to the area around Dungeness Old Lighthouse produced the […]

View westward from Durdle Door

White Deers and Cliff Top scenes Waking up to a cold, damp and misty morning wasn’t easy so rather than heading off over the Heathland to Arne I thought I’d take a trip over to Durdle Door. I’d been there before, about 15 ‘pre Camera’ years before and remembered seeing Kestrels hovering along the cliffs […]

Chiffchaff in Spring Blossom

Just a mile on from Warsash and where the River Hamble finally flows into Southampton Water, is Hook with Warsash. There are a number of walks around and about, one to the water’s edge going through semi Woodland and Reeds, another into Woodland and finally open field and heath. Chiffchaff in early Spring noisy mode! […]

Blue Tit on top of feeders

Due to a heavy cold and an unwanted episode with my herniated disc, I got myself into action today for the first time in 2 weeks. That’s to say, no further than a 50 meter distance of my Garden, but it was nice to get outdoors, brush the dust off both myself and the Camera […]

Black Tailed Godwits grazing

29th.March 2016 With my daughter and family away in the USA, I’m doing the House Sitting, sad they’re not there but a chance to pop out on daily adventure around the vicinity – today it was Hamble. It couldn’t have been better, the tide was low which gave possibly the last chance to see our […]