Swallow flying

Swallows I was lucky enough to find a campsite just a mile from the coast, space for 80 Campers and Caravans, but I was only one of four people staying there. In true anti-social fashion I found a spot the furthest away from anyone else and enjoyable the peace and smell of the Farm no […]

Great Crested Grebes courting

In general February has been an especially good month for spotting wildlife both at home and beyond. Highlights though have to be the Waxwings at East Malling and the Bittern at Conningbrook Lakes. As the month has continued, so has the birdsong and the numbers of House Sparrows in my garden are showing a big […]

Meadow Pipit at Dungeness

I arrived at RSPB Dungeness at 0945., clear, sunny, no wind and zero degrees. Earler I had ensured I had ample clothing; on top I had 2 T-Shirts, 2 Jumpers, a Shirt and my thick 100% Wool Nepalese Jacket. After about 200 meters, I was too hot ! Meadow Pipit I started off with a […]

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 […]