Comma Butterfly

As feared the last part of June involved me being confined to barracks, so no day trips out or walks on the fields. However, just sitting in the Garden made me observe more of what was going on and a chance to do some more swatting up on Wildlife Sites whilst avoiding daytime TV as […]

Gulls taking off on Dungeness Beach

As with any great birdwatching place, Dungeness can often be a little hit and miss and today, for me anyway, was one of those days. I started off at RSPB in hope of getting a photograph of the now two Long Eared Owls. Needless to say, not even one was there! Rather than doing my […]

Bewick's Swans at Dungeness

I don’t recall Bewick’s Swans at Dungeness last year so was very keen to see them when I read on a Blog that upwards of 14 had turned up in the last week. Being my only day spare this week and fearing they may move on I headed down there quite early. Regret to say […]

Solitary Bee in Bee Hotel

Whilst sitting in my favourite Garden Chair just by my Bug / Bee Hotel I wasn’t expecting to see a Solitary Bee buzz past me quite this early and make it’s way to one of the holes I drilled. For the next hour I sat there watching with great interest as two flew in and […]

Jay under Bird Feeders

Although there are only 8 species of Birds in this video, around and about there is so much activity, mainly revolving around the Fledglings. The Woodpeckers appear to have hatched two young one’s and there’s ample families of Coal Tits, Great Tits, Blue Tits, Robins and more – more common Garden Birds that is. Thus […]

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