Day 4: Bird boxes

I love seeing bird boxes in people’s gardens and on woodland walks but I always wonder, how many are actually inhabited? So I went around my work, scouted out a few bird boxes and decided to sit next to them and observe. I was lucky as I knew at least one set of boxes (home to cockney … More Day 4: Bird boxes

Birding in Spring

Taking advantage of the few Spring rays of sun permeating the thick layer of Winter cloud I decided to go out birding. I’ve always had a love for birds because of how visible and vocal they are. You can almost be guaranteed to see birds no matter where you are in the UK: cities, countryside, … More Birding in Spring

Oiseaux Parisiens

Paris is a beautiful city with a penchant for fashion. Sometimes it’s easy to get caught up in the city’s hustle and bustle… or to stop and stare at all the sights. But you needn’t walk for miles to get a feel for Paris when its inhabitants are all around you. Parisians are watching visitors from the outside seating of … More Oiseaux Parisiens

Electric Blue

  I don’t have a bucket list per se: I have a number of animals that I know I want to see, but I want to see them doing very specific things. Here’s an idea of what I mean: Red deer rutting Otters romping Kingfishers fishing Stag beetles stomping Grey seals basking …And as of … More Electric Blue

Restless at 2PM

  For the last few months I’ve been neglecting my subscriptions to BBC Wildlife and National Geographic. They’ve been mounting on the far right of my desk, some still in their plastic wraps, forming a mini-Andes of magazines. Today was the day I decided to deal with the backlog head on, meaning I could clear … More Restless at 2PM